Proposed cuts to Head Start, college aid and food assistance programs would impact Latinos across the U.S.
Puerto Rico lost 82,821 people in the last ten years–did they go to New York, or newer enclaves in the US?
On the one-year anniversary of the Affordable Care for Americans Act, groups in New York say federal health care reform has already benefited immigrant small business owners.
Less than fifty percent of Hispanics living in the U.S. are eligible to vote at this time, but that’s changing. New Census data points toward greater Hispanic political clout in coming years.
Dramatic increases in the Hispanic population are seen around the country, especially in the south and west.
Immigration reform – Texas-style. A proposed bill would punish employers for hiring undocumented immigrants, except if they are domestic workers.
A new report finds that immigrants outpaced native-born Americans in starting new businesses last year.
They have never visited Libya, but the children of Libyan refugees and exiles living in the U.S. have become a vital force in efforts to topple the regime of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.
The fight to save collective bargaining and union benefits in Wisconsin has attracted a wide coalition of supporters—immigrant groups among them.
Students at the University of Puerto Rico are protesting a rise in tuition. Recently the protests took a violent turn and became an issue in Congress.