Latino Voices

The Latina actor has frequently found herself in hot water for statements she's made about the Black community.
Here's what parents and caregivers need to know.
Bureau of Land Management acting director William Perry Pendley repeatedly dodged questions at an environmental journalism conference.
Imposter syndrome and racial discrimination work hand in hand to tear down our self-esteem and mental health.
Know your rights and how to help undocumented immigrants targeted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrests.
The former Red Sox slugger is reportedly "recovering well and is in good spirits."
The legislation would ensure basic workplace standards for nannies and house cleaners, including overtime pay and protection from sexual harassment.
There are a billion legitimate ways to start a conversation that don’t involve exoticizing and othering a complete stranger.
Holder is chair of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, which has backed a suit challenging the 2020 census citizenship question.
Eric Trump went on “Fox & Friends” to defend Donald Trump after the president told four nonwhite House members to “go back” to other countries.
"I mean, they're being fed," said Ken Cuccinelli, acting director of the Citizenship and Immigration Services office.
Leaked online chats between Rosselló and other officials sparked outrage across the U.S. island territory.
Gov. Ricardo Rosselló announced a day earlier that he would not seek re-election next year after his offensive chat messages were leaked.
The Louisianian did not hide his disdain for the lawmakers known as "the Squad."
It was an unusual victory for the Trump administration, even if a temporary one.
"To condemn a racist president is not enough, we must impeach him," the Texas Democrat said.
How many of you have ever felt personally victimized by Donald Trump?
“If you hate our country, if you’re not happy here, you can leave,” he told reporters.
Gov. Ricardo Rosselló has refused to step down after leaked messages between him and other officials sparked outrage last week.
The two professors behind the project say it recognizes "that the actions that take place on one side have a direct consequence on the other side."