The NCLR Alma Awards were filled with humor, fashion and many hip-shaking moves. Comedian George Lopez displayed his comedic edge Sunday night as he co-hosted the show with Eva Longoria.
One of the nation’s foremost Latino civil rights organizations has selected for the first time a Cuban-American to chair its board.
A study released this week shows that support for gay equality among Hispanics is at least on par with that of the general population.
After a 4-1 vote, Frederick County commissioners in Maryland adopted English as its official language last week.
A man found unresponsive in a jail cell after fighting with deputies over the weekend was on life support Monday, in a case that Latino activists say raises more questions about practices under Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
“Latino seniors are particularly vulnerable to cuts and changes because Social Security benefits represent nearly all of their income," according to the National Council of La Raza.
What should we think of the fact that the National Council of La Raza is telling us that it is once again permissible for us to do business with the state of Arizona?
Though the debt crisis has been averted for now, there is another national crisis speeding on at full speed -- the education of students of color.
GOP presidential candidates Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann, Tim Pawlenty, Newt Gingrich and Jon Huntsman were invited to the annual conference of National Council of La Raza, the largest Latino organization in the nation. All five chose to skip the affair.
Before President Obama even took to the podium at today's NCLR conference there was the usual expectations -- and the usual letdowns afterwards.
Republicans need to come forward to pass immigration reform, President Barack Obama said at a meeting of Latino advocacy group National Council of La Raza on Monday.
President Barack Obama will make a luncheon speech at the National Council of La Raza’s (NCLR) annual conference in Washington, DC. While most of the political class is mesmerized by the debt ceiling negotiations, millions of Latinos will be focused on what the president says -- or doesn’t say -- about immigration reform.
Latino workers and families in the U.S. are among the largest beneficiaries of federally funded health insurance, but depending on the outcome of the current budget debate, they could end up losing that access.