*Open Enrollment Period for Healthcare Ends
*In Jarana Classes, Prisoners Learn about History and Racial Prejudice
For a group of inmates at the Norco prison, weekends are special. At this facility, located near Los Angeles, some inmates leave their cells for three hours to take classes on jarana, an instrument that is the soul of the music of the coastlands of the Gulf of Mexico.
*In Texas, Criminal Justice Changes as a Result of Elections
*Florida’s Ex Convicts Anticipate Right to Vote with Happiness and Trepidation
*Trump’s Proposed Changes to “Public Charge” Cause Panic in Immigrant Families.
*Democratic Landslide in Colorado Benefitted from Dreamer Activist.
*Indigenous Peoples Gain Greater Recognition
*Heirs of Norteña Music Honor a Family Tradition
*Latinos on the Front Lines of Political Shift in the United States
*Immigrant Tragedy Drives Young People to Vote
*Mexican Supreme Court Orders Money to be Returned to Former Braceros
*Democrats Regain Control of House Amid Historically High Voter Turnout.
*We present a summary of this and other headlines from the 2018 mid-term elections.
*Trump Closes Campaigning with Attack on Immigration, Democrats Respond by Getting out the Vote
*In Texas, Early Voting Exceeds Total Voter Turnout in Last Midterm Elections
*Fight to Control Congress Grips California
*Latino Vote Crucial in Texas Senate Race
*Arizona’s Latino Candidates in Tight Races and Lacking Party Support
*Zero Tolerance Immigration Policies Spur Massive Trials Along the Border