What Latinx ICE and Border Patrol Agents Say About Arresting Immigrants
In 2016, half of all border patrol agents were Hispanic, according to DHS data.
Colleges Are Attracting More Latinx Students, but Aren't Doing Enough to Help Them Succeed
Like many U.S. colleges, Indiana University–Northwest is seeing a sharp rise in Latinx students—but support for them is lagging.
Experts Say the Census Citizenship Question Would Undercount Latinxs. Documents Show That May Be the Intention.
The hard drive of a deceased GOP strategist reveals an effort to undercount Democratic Latinxs.
Experts Say a Citizenship Question Would Be Bad for the Census. The Supreme Court Might Allow It Anyway.
The five conservatives on the court seemed ready to rule against three lower courts, a collection of researchers and experts, and five former leaders of the Census Bureau.
Ximena Sariñana Doesn't Want to Be the Only Woman in the Room
One of Mexico's biggest indie-pop artists discusses her new album and the state of the music industry for Latinx artists.
Advocacy Groups React to a Report That the U.S. Is Denying Passports and Detaining Latinx Citizens
Advocates respond to the Washington Post's reports that Hispanic people with American birth certificates were being treated as non-citizens.
One Town's Fix for Latinx Disenfranchisement: Letting People Vote More Than Once
After a lawsuit found Latinx citizens underrepresented, Mission Viejo could become the first California city to enact "cumulative voting."
'I'm Looking to Correct the System': An Interview With Gloria Calderón Kellett
The prolific showrunner talks about how bringing diversity to television writers' rooms also makes the shows better.