Latino Voices

The photographers documenting conditions at the U.S.-Mexico border were unlawfully tracked, detained and interrogated, the ACLU says.
Democrats Julián Castro, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and more raised awareness for Latina Equal Pay Day.
On Transgender Day of Remembrance, we honor the 22 transgender and gender non-conforming people killed so far this year.
States with large Latino populations are set to award huge numbers of Democratic delegates.
"Like Jenny From the Block — I do what I love," the actor and singer said.
The rapper and his Sunday Service choir performed a free concert at Houston's Lakewood Church.
The freshman Democrat also repeated her call for White House adviser Stephen Miller to resign.
The Source, a network of conservative Christian pregnancy centers in Texas, is planning to offer women certain contraceptives but won't provide abortions.
Leaked emails showed the depths of the senior adviser's white nationalism, and now pressure is growing for him to resign.
Evangelical male leaders are calling on female preachers to sit down and shut up. But Beth Moore insists that women are also called to be evangelists.
The Democratic congresswoman from Massachusetts proposed legislation to decriminalize the sex trade as part of her "People’s Justice Guarantee" package.
The "Hustlers" actor revealed the inappropriate request during a Hollywood Reporter roundtable with fellow stars.
“Thank God, justice was done,” she said outside the court.
Providing food, clean water and hygiene products is "without doubt essential to the children’s safety," the judges wrote.
Jobs are already strange. This new HBO show just makes them weirder.
More than 200 Latino leaders signed the letter, urging Latinx community members and allies to "demand dignity and justice" against racist rhetoric and attacks.
A Wyatt Detention Facility officer has been placed on administrative leave after driving into a group of Never Again Action protesters.
“Every one of them that shows up is raising money for a cause that they hate.”
Only two out of the 15 members of a group aimed at targeting white supremacist violence appear to be people of color.