Autism is challenging for any family, but for Latinos it’s compounded by the lack of bilingual special education professionals.
What our readers have been asking for are tips to get people engaged, examples of a pitch that works with disengaged Latinos. Dolores Huerta makes her pitch.
Recently we celebrated the fact that, according to a study done by the Pew Hispanic Center, Latinos are now the largest minority group in four-year colleges and Universities. Good on us for that! But…
By News Taco on July 17, 2012
Article by Susana Hayward Soler, originally posted on News Taco An editorial in the Madrid daily El Pais calls leftist Manuel Lopez Obrador a “bad loser” in the July 1 presidential election that preliminary results show he lost to Enrique Peña Nieto by seven percentage points. Lopez Obrador, a second-time presidential candidate for the leftist […]
By News Taco on June 26, 2012
Article by Victor Landa, originally posted on NewsTaco.com It didn’t take long for the dust to kick-up and settle after the Supreme Court handed down its decision over 4 key provisions of Arizona’s SB1070 immigration law. And when it did, the landscape looked much like most people thought it would. Three of the four parts of the law […]
By News Taco on May 30, 2012
Article by Susana Hayward Soler originally appeared in News Taco They call themselves the fifth power. Empowered by social media and tech savvy, thousands of students in Mexico have taken to the streets this past week to protest presidential election coverage they believe is slanted toward an apparent frontrunner of the party that ruled the […]
By News Taco on May 8, 2012
Article by Victor Landa originally posted on News Taco Who is Anastasio Hernandez Rojas? It’s a lamentable question. The fact that Anastasio’s isn’t a household name speaks to a pile of issues that seem out-of-sync with all the noise about the rise of the Latino community – its population and attendant political and buying power, […]
Days after the U. S. Supreme Court heard arguments concerning the State of Arizona’s controversial immigration law, most of what we’re reading in the media is a convincing argument that the justices will uphold key parts of SB1070.
By News Taco on April 24, 2012
Two years worth of posturing and protesting, testing and taunting, about immigration and state rights will come to a head this Wednesday when both sides of Arizona’s controversial SB1070 argue their case before the Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court.
By News Taco on April 3, 2012
Neurosis of the Latino Nerd is a new and growing condition. You feel, and in many cases, must work extra hard to carry the burden of your ethnic group.
By News Taco on March 27, 2012
Chicago’s very own José Rico, recently promoted to Executive Director for the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, talks about Obama’s effort to reach Latinos through digital platforms.
By News Taco on March 6, 2012
This week’s march marks the first time that leaders from the NAACP, the National Council of La Raza, the National Action Network, the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, the Southern Poverty Law Center, SEIU and other national organizations will join together in an action of this magnitude to call for justice for immigrants.