For likely Latino voters in five states, jobs, the overall state of the economy and education top the list of political concerns, a new poll found.
Juan Felipe Herrera, 63, is the son of migrant farmworkers and plugged in to modern culture. He'd like to make the entire state a democratic, virtual poetry workshop.
Fifty years ago in 1962, Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta founded the United Farm Workers, the nation’s largest farm workers’ union.
Currently, the California legislature is considering a bill that would grant legal status in the form of work permits for the tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants working in the agriculture and food service industries.
The American Civil Liberties Union said Thursday that border inspectors have used excessive force and performed humiliating body searches on travelers entering the United States from Mexico.
A California doctoral student who's an undocumented immigrant has published a free how-to guide on the Internet instructing similar immigrants on finding employment after college.
Jose Hernandez has became the subject of a lawsuit when it seems some people objected that he include his astronaut experience to describe his qualifications to run for office.
Governor Brown and the California National Guard have announced the promotion of Col. Sylvia R. Crockett to the rank of brigadier general in a ceremony at the state Capitol in Sacramento on Wednesday, March 28th.
A USC analysis of changes since 1990 finds that a large majority of cities in five counties have significant populations of at least two racial or ethnic groups.
This week on Alt.Latino, there a little something for everyone: the lovers, the nostalgic, the sad — even the angry.
Recently, a more radical strain of anti-immigrant thought, which advocates lower legal immigration levels, is gaining some momentum.
Activists want a federal appeals to overturn California's 15-year-old ban on affirmative action in college admissions, citing a steep drop in black, Latino and Native American students on campuses.
While it looks like redistricting won’t alter the maps too much in favor of the split between the Republican and Democratic parties, there are some implications for the growing Latino population.
Juan Rodríguez is the founder and CEO of Integrated Digital Technologies Corp., which in 16 years has trained more than 27,000 people in computers and information technology in California.