Legendary singer-educator José-Luis Orozco moved to the United States at 19 to find his own version of the American dream and soon realized that his calling was to keep Latino culture alive through children’s songs and literature.
A restaurant workers' group and Los Angeles community clinic have teamed up to provide inexpensive health care coverage to undocumented immigrants.
Adults may think they’ve mastered the art of tuning out the television set during dinner or while doing the dishes, but new research shows that children are exposed to more background television than ever before.
According to a new report, during the reporting period from January 1, 2011 through June 30, 2011, ICE removed 46,486 undocumented parents who claimed to have at least one US citizen child.
A sexual misconduct scandal centered at Miramonte Elementary School, forces parents, most of who are working-class Mexican immigrants, to have difficult talks with kids.
One way to promote a global vision in our children is through reading. The following are five multicultural books that teach children about the Latin culture.
Not every bicultural couple wrestles with stark disagreements, but are marriages between two cultures really that different from those within the same group? “Yes,” says Dr. Elizabeth Fraga, a New York-based psychologist
Racist attitudes continue to be passed down to Mexico’s children, according to a video released by a federal government agency in the country last week as part of a campaign to fight racism.
An unprecedented increase in the deportation of undocumented immigrants has resulted in an estimated 5,100 children languishing in U.S. foster homes, according to a report called "Shattered Families."
Michele Bachmann argues that the deportations of undocumented immigrants are a consequence of breaking the law, and that as a "First World nation," it's our duty to send them packing.
The Pew Hispanic Center released a new analysis last week that estimates nearly half of the 10.2 million adult undocumented immigrants in the United States are parents of children under 18.
The American Heritage Dictionary recently added “anchor baby” as an entry that read as a neutral term, provoking enough criticism that the publishers agreed to modify it, with the change made online yesterday.
Most kids at this time of year get ready to write letters to Santa Claus, but many children of undocumented immigrants now prefer to write President Barack Obama begging him to stop the deportations that are breaking up their families.
Immigrants are following the path of their predecessors and assimilating just as rapidly today as they did in the past, and are on track to achieve great successes by 2030.