By Guillermo Contreras Eight immigrants were found dead inside the closed trailer just after midnight Saturday. More than two dozen others, the only ones left of the estimated 100 who started the trip, were taken to area hospitals, many in serious to critical condition due to the heat. The driver of...
By Matías Bianchi, Cristian León, and Antonella Perini, Open Democracy We are in the presence of a demos, the politically organized society, which has been undergoing changes in Latin America and the world, while politics has remained stagnant. Español Português For some years now, we have been witnessing the emergence of...
By Andrea Ramirez With nearly 58 million Hispanics residing stateside and one in every four children born in the United States being Hispanic, the US Census Bureau identifies the Hispanic population as one of the nation's fastest growing groups. Given that 60 percent of Hispanic evangelicals are women, new ministries...
The “once leftist” Chicano outfit rebrands itself as UnidosUS.  By Mike Gonzalez La Raza has decided to rebrand. The liberal political group announced last week that it would change its name from one suggestive of adversarial Chicano politics to something with broader appeal: UnidosUS. The shift appears to stem from...