Latino Voices

A new survey of underrepresented TV writers found that last summer’s racial reckoning may have led to more opportunities — but not necessarily better ones.
A new study suggests white parents tell their kids "to not see color." But pretending they don't doesn't fight racism.
The administration announced it was formally raising the cap to 62,500 for the remainder of this fiscal year after blowback last month.
As the right grapples with what comes after climate denial, a Copper State lawsuit suggests creeping 'eco-fascism' in Europe may be a model.
Republican Gov. Jim Justice passed a bill this week banning trans women and girls from playing on sports teams consistent with their gender identities.
Lawmakers in Florida and West Virginia advanced anti-transgender legislation during the president's hour-long speech to Congress on Wednesday night.
The proposal is aimed at increasing insurance coverage among low-income people living in the country illegally who aren’t eligible for government-funded coverage.
A rare example of the military taking proactive steps to keep an extremist — the man in a viral photo from the deadly 2017 white supremacist rally — out of its ranks.
The 26-year-old Latino father died in police custody in Alameda, California, on April 19.
Police shootings and the pandemic have created added anxiety and pressure on kids of color. Here's one way parents can help.