Latino Slices Of Black History Month
Thank you. That’s what everyone must urgently say to the young people who have courageously raised the banner of life in the face of the most recent horror and death episode occurred in Florida last week.
The president of the League of United Latin American Citizens, the oldest civil rights organization in the country, has announced that he doesn’t intend to resign after having sent a letter to President Trump applauding his immigration measures.
Following one of the ten deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history at Florida high school last week, students and teachers across the country are questioning the safety of their schools.
Activists are demanding the release of Jose “Ivan” Nuñez, a Mexican immigrant who was detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement during his marriage petition interview.
After the fateful shooting in Parkland last week, the National Rifle Association (NRA) has taken the stage as the cornerstone of the political debate over gun control. Its relationship with the Republican Party is more than 40 years old, hiding behind the political dynamics of the country.
After a scandal over corruption and sexual harassment, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is trying to regain its credibility while those involved become entangled in stereotyped public accusations.
This senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School gave a lesson to the entire country in a speech against permissive gun-control policies.
Internationally-acclaimed Mexican journalist Eileen Truax will discuss DACA and her book about undocumented students and DREAMers in an open conversation at the AL DÍA Newsroom on Feb. 21.
Mayor Kenney and District Attorney Krasner say that a multifaceted approach focused on treatment, not incarceration, is necessary to combat the city's opioid crisis.
At a critical moment for US politics, the former Massachusetts governor has announced his anticipated campaign for the Senate seat, which many perceive as a comeback of the anti-Trump GOP.
The US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has appointed the former vice president of Global Marketing for American Airlines as its interim Executive Director while it begins the search for a permanent CEO.
Mayor Kenney and stakeholders aim to better prepare Philadelphians for job access and career opportunities with launch of new workforce development strategy.
Educators, organizers, activists, and students around the country participated in the nationwide movement, amplifying calls for anti-racism teaching and training and increased focus on Black and ethnic studies in school curricula.
After the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas School shook the country, the president has referred to mental illness as the main cause, but his own Administration left the way open for this type of tragedy to be repeated.
This is what you should know about DACA’s temporary restoration.
Nelly Jiménez-Arévalo is one of the twelve finalist immigrants in the AL DÍA and Cabrini University campaign “I am an American Immigrant”.
Nelly Jimenez-Arevalo is one of the twelve finalist immigrants in the AL DÍA and Cabrini University campaign “I am an American Immigrant”.
Anti-racist activist Daryle Lamont Jenkins, Executive Director of One People’s Project, works to change the hearts and minds of white nationalists.
Citing a lack of well-founded reasons, a federal court ruling in New York blocks the move to end DACA, as the Senate continues to debate proposed legislation for DREAMers.
The Republican leaders in the Senate will only give the House two days to approve an immigration bill that will protect the 700,000 Dreamers who have been left without relief. However, Republicans will not approve any proposal “that the President wouldn’t sign.”
The Pennsylvania SPCA is hosting an adoption event on Feb. 18 featuring long-term resident dogs who are looking for homes.
Latino Shades of Black History Month
Meet the man Donald Trump handpicked as Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) director: His name is Thomas Homan, a bigot that salivates over every immigrant worker detained, every family torn apart by deportation and every community terrorized by his agency -- and brags about it. This unabashedly racist individual, who gets his kicks from tearing apart immigrant families, should not be leading ICE.
The former mayor of San Antonio and secretary of Housing and Urban Development during the government of President Obama has declared that he has "every interest in running" for the presidency in 2020.