A man who had been fired from an apparel importer in the shadow of the Empire State Building shot and killed a former co-worker on Friday morning
The estimated 50,000 dead in the Mexican War on Drugs will become victims once again. This time they’ll fall to political spin in the upcoming presidential campaigns.
Not In Our Town: Light in the Darkness is a one-hour documentary about a town coming together to take action after anti-immigrant violence devastates the community.
As the war on drugs enters its sixth year, it's bringing a new problem to Texas schools: Thousands of students suffering from emotional troubles not unlike those endured by soldiers returning from battle. In response, some districts have started offering the type of classes and counseling more common to the military.
A recent release by the FBI of their 2010 Hate Crime Statistics documenting how hate crimes against Latinos have jumped to 67 percent from 62 percent in 2009 underscores a simple fact -- this is not a random surge of violence.
A day after Latin American officials met with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to show their support for him, U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez denounced their action.
Not In Our Town: Light in the Darkness is a one-hour documentary about a town coming together to take action after anti-immigrant violence devastates the community. In 2008, a series of attacks against Latino residents of Patchogue, New York culminate with the murder of Marcelo Lucero, an Ecuadorian immigrant who had lived in the Long Island village for 13 years.
Latino families remember those that they have lost on the upcoming anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Last summer, Alejandro Hernandez Pacheco was almost certain he was going to die being held captive by drug cartels.
However, Hernandez miraculously fled drug cartel members that had kidnapped him. Weeks later, he applied for asylum in El Paso.
The sad and violent images of England under attack shouldn't just shock us but should signal a warning.
A new report released by Mujeres Latinas en Accion and Amigas Latinas July 28 shows disturbing rates of discrimination and violence impacting LGBT Latinas.
The Caravan for Peace with Justice and Dignity, led by poet and activist Javier Sicilia settled in at the plaza as the poet told a crowd of several hundred about his son’s killing and stressed once again that the drug-war murders in Mexico are non-discriminatory.
What Mexico could learn from efforts to combat poverty and violence in Colombia and Peru.
Jose Gutierrez Guzman has been granted a temporary pass to stay in America and will likely be transferred to a California facility this week, following rallies protesting his impending deportation at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix. He is no longer in the custody of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Gutierrez has been in a coma since an incident in late March, when border patrol agents used a taser to subdue him at the San Luis point of entry in Arizona.