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13.1 Million Voters Continue To Be Ignored

As Latino voters prepare to head to the polls in less than two months, the National Association of Latino

History Repeats Itself

This year’s Dies y Seis de Septiembre should have special significance to Mexicana/o Chicana/o

Tribal Members Block Path of Dakota Pipeline

Thirty-eight activists were arrested in two states recently as protests against the $3.8 billion Dakota Access

Educators Call Attention to Racism in Textbooks

Augustin Loredo, a social studies teacher in Pasadena, TX, downloaded the pdf from the state education web site

Nevada Makes Slow Progress on Poverty, Income ...

Nevadans are better off than they were just a few years ago, according to new census data, but the state still lags behind the country as a whole in terms of economic recovery. The good news is, there was a …
Posted On 24 Sep 2016

Lt. Joel Peña Follows Flight Dreams in US Navy

For as long as they have walked the Earth, people have dreamt of taking to the skies and gazing upon all the wonders that the world has to offer. In 1891, German engineer Otto Lilienthal capitalized on this dream when …
Posted On 24 Sep 2016

Hating the Hatred

Thousands of “pro-family” – but evidently only certain kinds of family – Mexicans came out this last weekend to protest a move by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and the courts to legalize same-sex marriage throughout the largely Catholic...
Posted On 18 Sep 2016

Getting to Know José González, Founder of Latino Outdoors

José González is an experienced educator and the founder of Latino Outdoors, a Latino-led organization working to create a national community of leaders in conservation and outdoor education.

How was Latino Outdoors born and what is its purpose?...

Posted On 18 Sep 2016

Using Cosplay to Get Through Anxiety

Her heart rate starts rising. Her hands begin to sweat and shake. She paces back and forth.

“I feel like something is going to happen to me but nothing is really there,” she says. “[I tell myself,] ‘There is nothing …

Posted On 09 Sep 2016

What Kind Of World Do We Live In?

 

One hundred and fifty three years ago my great-great-grandmother Nape Hote Win (Mary Big Moccasin) survived the bloodiest conflict between the Sioux Nations and the U.S. Army ever on North Dakota soil. An estimated 300 to 400 of our …

Posted On 09 Sep 2016

Community Groups Challenge EPA Lead Standards

A coalition of national and regional groups across the country are suing the United States Environmental Protection Agency for failing to update standards that protect families against neurotoxic lead-based paint and lead dust.

The “unreasonable delay” lawsuit, filed...

Posted On 02 Sep 2016