Latino Voices

Speaking with Univision, the president said that the facility, designed to house up to 700 minors, was a temporary measure.
Initial data shows Black and Latinx people are being vaccinated at lower rates, even as they face higher rates of hospitalization and death from COVID-19.
Local teachers unions say their areas face unique challenges when it comes to resuming in-person classes. But many districts have proven they can reopen safely.
Bigots, insurrectionists and conspiracy theorists are on the agenda at the annual gathering of American conservatives, including former President Donald Trump.
The streaming giant's original programming leads the industry in some areas of inclusion but falls short on many levels, a new study finds.
A survey of Latinx immigrants in several states last year found that two-thirds were unemployed at one point, and 1 in 6 had lost a family member to COVID-19.
Alex Garcia, a Honduran immigrant, has been living inside a Missouri church since 2017 to avoid deportation.
The police reforms are part of the city’s efforts to address racism in the criminal justice system.
State lawmakers are pushing a bill to prevent law enforcement from transferring people upon their release from prison to immigration detention.
Emma Coronel Aispuro, 31, is accused of helping her husband run his multibillion-dollar cartel and plotting his audacious escape from a Mexican prison in 2015.