*Hundreds of people claim the presence of a Republican congressman asking him not to affect their health insurance.
*Tens of thousands take the streets in Wisconsin to be part of a “Day Without Immigrants”.
*Pre-candidate to the Mexican Presidency begins campaign in the United States criticizing Trump.
Last Tuesday, tens of thousands protesters marched on the streets of Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s largest city. The organizers of the march launched a call for one day strike, naming it “a day without immigrants.”
*Mexican woman was deported in Arizona, amid public outcry and arrests
*Distinguished jurist responds to Gorsuch’s nomination to Supreme Court vacancy
*Latinos are at risk of a devastating crisis in Alzheimer’s disease
*Refugee Ban Sparks National Outrage
*Washington State Kicks off Lawsuits Against Ban
*Most Undocumented Immigrants Deportable Under New Executive Order
*Donald Trump Orders Crackdown on Immigration.
*Senate Questions Nominee’s Commitment to Public Education.
*Women and Immigrants Lead Mega-Marches Against Trump.
(Español) *Trump investido presidente.
*Lanzan nueva campaña por la sanación racial.
*Investigan a agencias policiales más letales del país.
*Trump’s Cabinet Nominees Make Clear Harsher Policies Near
*What Can Latino Universities Expect Under Trump?
*Number of Latino Doctors Shrinkens As Latino Population Grows
*Republicans Take First Steps toward Repealing Obamacare
*How to Report Hate Crimes
*Can Well Drilling Be Stopped in California County Hit by Drought?
“The farmworkers are still affected…there are more tan 2000 small water Wells that have no more water so these communities have to use bottled water.”