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Cafecito: Dolores Huerta talks “Chavez” film and the power of ‘Si Se Puede!’

On the anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, we conclude our interview with legendary migrant and civil rights activist Dolores … Read More

50 years later, ceremonies to mark “I Have a Dream” speech and a focus on civil rights

Today the nation's first black president will speak at the same spot where Dr. Martin Luther King gave his "I Have a Dream" speech fifty years ago. President … Read More

Latina to head Immigrant Affairs office in LA, help immigrants navigate process

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has announced that Dr. Linda Lopez will serve as the Chief of the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, serving under Mayor … Read More

Celebrity Rewind: First look inside Eva Longoria’s big return to television

Eva Longoria has made a name for herself as a highly regarded producer, philanthropist and political activist, but she first became famous as an actress on … Read More

Daniel Hernandez faces recall, targeted by anti-gay flyers

Daniel Hernandez, the hero intern who saved Rep. Gabby Giffords after she was shot in January 2011, is caught up in a recall battle that has turned … Read More

In Florida, a program takes homeless youth off the streets – and into college

Gerald Dominguez just celebrated his 21st birthday a few days ago, and he said going to college is the greatest gift he could have ever received. Dominguez … Read More

Angela Rivera, widow of Fort Hood victim, gives emotional testimony

When Angela Rivera drove to the airport to pick up relatives after a shooting rampage at a central Texas army post four years ago, her son John Paul wondered … Read More

Beer label designing project places Miami sisters among ranks of Andy Warhol and Yoko Ono

When 30-year-old artist Monica Lopez de Victoria opened an email from Beck’s Brewing company requesting that and she and her sister Tasha to take part in … Read More

Famed French wine makers aim to attract US Latinos

For some time now, the American wine industry has been aiming its marketing initiatives at the US Hispanic consumer, trying to attract a new generation of … Read More

Arizona’s newly appointed first poet laureate talks life on the border

Renowned poet and professor Alberto Rios has recently been selected by Governor Jan Brewer and Arizona’s Commission on the Arts as the state’s first poet … Read More