Latino Voters Rally Behind “Tío Bernie”
Tío Bernie (Uncle Bernie), as Hispanic supporters nicknamed Sanders, has won big among Latinos acrossin the early primaries.
A different reality for the city’s minorities after 9/11
Alam said Muslim women in his community, including his mother, were afraid of wearing their Hijab out in public for years after 9/11.
Mott Haven residents use their voice and art to tell their stories
Neighborhood women,street vendors, chefs, activists, teamed up with art collectives to trace their journeys to Mott Haven, their home.
Healthy eating in the South Bronx
The South Bronx has been dubbed a “food desert,” and three groups are attempting to change that stereotype, but face a battle when even well-laid plans collide with real life.
East Harlem businesses preserve culture through Mexican Independence Day festival
Like the business owners around him, Cano celebrates Mexican Independence day as a means of staying connected to his culture.
Bushwick’s Dispossessed Latino Community
Members of Make The Road NY sing songs, share meals, and learn about their rights. Above is Angel Vera, of […]
Special Report: Midterm Elections 2014
Midterm elections bring fear to the undocumented
Undocumented immigrants understand that midterm elections can be even more important than the presidential election.
El Taller Latino-Americano faces eviction
With rising rents, the cultural center is about to be driven out of the area.
Special Report: Election 2012
A catch-22 for evangelical Latino voters
Latino evangelicals make up 16 percent of all Latino registered voters, a group that now constitutes 11 percent of the national electorate.
GOP Primary: “DREAMers” mobilize Latino vote
Latinos launched “Su Voz, Mi Voto” campaign to get voters to the polls.