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How one organization gets Latino students to college – and makes sure they succeed

Most kids have had enough of school and classwork Monday through Friday. But not Irwin Tejeda. Tejeda spent afternoons on weekdays and Saturdays studying in … Read More

California student becomes first from school to graduate college

Bianca Rojo has plenty of reasons to be proud these days. She just graduated from San Francisco State University this past weekend, the first in her family ever … Read More

Remembering Tito Puente, 13 years after his death

This April, Tito Puente, otherwise known as "The King of Latin Jazz," would have celebrated his 90th birthday; and today, marks the 13th anniversary since his … Read More

Opinion: Racism and the GOP

Republicans who keep saying that the GOP isn’t racist should ask themselves, why is it that racists today are almost always Republican? When South Carolina … Read More