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.
On Tuesday afternoon, Vice President Joe Biden made an address to the National Council of La Raza conference in which he trotted out a new double-barreled attack on the presumptive GOP nominee.
The country’s leading Latino advocacy organizations have endorsed a first-of-its-kind public service campaign, aimed at helping families understand – and accept – their LGBT Latino sons and daughters, brothers and sisters.
President Barack Obama is the presidential election choice of 80 percent of Latino civil rights activists, organizers and ordinary voters gathered at the National Council of La Raza Convention this week.
On June 9, 2012 the Board of Directors of the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) , one of the nation’s largest and oldest Latino Civil Rights organization’s passed a resolution endorsing the rights of Lesbian and Gay men to legally marry in the U.S. according to the organizations board members.
One of the nation’s foremost Latino civil rights organizations has selected for the first time a Cuban-American to chair its board.
With the oral arguments in the Supreme Court on health care reform over, millions of Americans across the country are turning their attention to Arizona's extreme anti-immigrant and anti-Latino bill, SB 1070.
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.
This Thursday, the Obama administration announced it would do a “case-by-case review of deportations, allowing many undocumented immigrants without criminal records to stay in the United States.”
Leaders of the nation’s major Hispanic organizations, issuing their first progress report on their priority issues, gave C grades on Wednesday to President Obama and to Congress for their performance over the last two years.
Latinos are a community of 50 million people. It's time we start acting like it. Through the vote and through the Internet, we can make that happen.
Immigration reform has stalled under President Obama and deportations increased. We hoped for more – and still hope
After their temporary shelving late last year, the Latino-honoring entertainment awards are back, slightly retooled and better than ever for another go this year.