When the Supreme Court struck down three out of four provisions of Arizona’s controversial SB 1070, immigrant-bashing law Monday, President Barack Obama received a huge, unexpected boost.
Wearing your pants below your waist may be sending out messages you never intended and may have health repercussions.
Working at a Manhattan jewelry store, the last thing my friend Claudia expected was confronting a new stereotype about her native Colombia.
If the Supreme Court tea leaf readers are correct, if more than four justices decide to uphold Arizona’s infamous SB 1070, and you are an immigrant — legal or illegal — brace yourself for unprecedented harassment.
Ozzie Guillen comes to a stadium subsidized by Cuban-American taxpayers, where Cuban-Americans are expected to fill the seats, and he dances on the grave of Castro’s victims.
Immigrants never forget the day we begin our new lives in the United States. It becomes almost like a second birthday.
On his way to Puerto Rico, at least in a hastily conducted briefing, you would think that someone would have reminded Rick Santorum not to mess with the Spanish language.
Just when you begin to feel sorry for Hugo Chavez, when his bouts with cancer make you feel compassion for a man who doesn’t deserve any, when you begin to tell yourself that you don’t wish anyone’s death, the president of Venezuela reminds us he deserves no sympathy.
It takes a lot of gall to defend either Newt Gingrich or Mitt Romney in the Hispanic community nowadays. And yet, we see them out there, the Latino GOP surrogates — selling snake oil to their own people.