"...it hurts me to know that someone she cared for and helped so much betrayed her in print. I am dumbfounded by how passionate
My friend painter Ajamu Kojo has been producing beautiful portraits of women for years. I recently got an opportunity to have a long discussion with him in his studio about, painting, women, race, music, barbershops, the human condition and more painting.
The Santa Barbara News-Press published a photograph on Jan. 3 of some Latino people at the DMV with the accompanying headline, "Illegals Line Up For Driver's Licenses." Things moved quickly after that. The gloves are off and the game is on -- the sexagenarian billionaire McCaw in one corner and PODER in the other.
The co-founder of the Minutemen civilian border patrol group that for several years watched for unauthorized immigrants crossing to Arizona from Mexico, was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of molesting three young girls.
By David Schwartz Chris Simcox, 52, who co-founded the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps in 2005, was booked into a Maricopa
Official believe that Ready killed four people, including a 16-month-old infant, all of whom lived at the same address as
George Gascón, the San Francisco district attorney, said in an interview with The Huffington Post that he associates the
As Valeria Fernandez reports at New America Media, the verdict comes just weeks after another Arizona court upheld a decision
"What we have shown is that Latinos are watching, and if people and parties want the Latino vote, they will have to speak
This week, two high-profile trials involving the racially motivated murders of Latinos in Pennsylvania and Arizona are exposing
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, in signing last week's bill that makes potential criminals out of people with a swarthy complexion, said indignantly that citizens of her state "have been more than patient waiting for Washington to act."