A Latino majority governed by a minority of the well-to-do.
May Day is International Workers' Day. In Los Angeles, several rallies and protests are planned to recognize the contributions workers are making to the country and to protest for better working conditions, fair pay and immigration reform.
Are the increasing tuition costs in community colleges around the nation threatening Latino gains in college enrollment?
Four undocumented students who were arrested while protesting Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's immigration policies have been released from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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.
Fernanda Marroquin, who was one of the 13 protesters of HB56 arrested in Alabama's capitol on Tuesday, says in her video that she's "undocumented... unafraid... and unapologetic."
Occupy Los Angeles, the local affiliate of Occupy Wall Street continues to gain momentum, as unionized workers and several immigrant rights groups have formally joined forces with the movement.
As Occupy Wall Street has grown rapidly in the past month, with the number of supporters swelling from hundreds to thousands and like-minded protests cropping up in most major U.S. cities, Latinos have become an ever more important part of the burgeoning movement.
Latino activists said Monday they are planning a national "day of action" to protest President Barack Obama and demand an end to a controversial program involving local officials in immigration enforcement.
At least a half-dozen poultry plants shut down or scaled back operations Wednesday and many other businesses closed as Latinos in Alabama skipped work to protest the state’s toughest-in-the-nation immigration law.
After years of ‘silent raids’ and federal workplace audits, unions and community allies are going on the offensive.
The resistance to the immigration enforcement program Secure Communities has reached a deafening roar as immigrant rights groups ramp up their organizing to demand an end to the Obama administration’s aggressive deportation initiative.
The Department of Homeland Security has been taking it’s show of illusions and lies on the road. Last night it held a Advisory Council’s Task Force on Secure Communities meeting at St. Anne’s Residential Facility in Los Angeles.
Immigration advocacy groups plan to crank up their fight against a controversial federal immigration enforcement program Tuesday with rallies in six major U.S. cities. One such rally, in Chicago, is planned outside President Obama’s national campaign headquarters, coordinators say. They say will be delivering “thousands of petitions” opposing the program, known as “Secure Communities."