Police arrested ten undocumented activists protesting outside the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday.
Protesters gathered outside the Broward Transitional Center in Pompano Beach, Fla., on Sunday to protest what they consider the unjust detention of their loved ones.
A Latino majority governed by a minority of the well-to-do.
For the ninth consecutive day, protesters rallied against police in Anaheim, California issuing a call for peace in the community as tensions continue to boil over between Latinos and authorities.
Reverend Jose Landaverde and four others are engaged in a hunger strike going on 12 days to raise awareness for the plight of undocumented immigrants who will die without organ transplants.
Along with a coalition of several Hispanic organizations working to register Latino voters ahead of November -- Voto Latino held its first annual conference this weekend in Los Angeles.
With Hispanics increasingly living and working in polluted places, Latino environmental justice activists are going beyond protests to harness political power in the fight for healthier neighborhoods and workplaces.
Two hundred immigrant workers, their wives, husbands, children and hundreds of supporters marched through downtown Berkeley February 17, protesting their firing from Pacific Steel Castings.
You may know her from the hit sitcom Ugly Betty, but actress America Ferrera has taken off the braces and is ready to change the conversation when it comes to women’s health and politics in 2012.
An immigration rights group, Reform Immigration for America, delivered 400 tacos to the office of Mayor Joseph Maturo in protest of his recent comments.
Around 12,000 Guatemalans climbed an extinct volcano on Saturday, January 21, 2012, to protest against domestic violence in the Central American country.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney suddenly pulled back his hand after hearing that a young college student was undocumented, according to DREAM Act activists.
How much has changed for Latino students since the politically charged days in 1968? Maybe not as much as we’d like to believe.
Latino activists want controversial Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio to step down from his post and for his deputies to stop their alleged racial profiling of Hispanics in the state.