Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Guest Blogger: “Will Democrats, Independents, and Progressives Wake Up in Arizona, Before it is Too Late?”

After 32 years as a red state, Arizona went blue in 1996. One of the main reasons was that Hispanics and Native Americans decided to participate because they were motivated by the notion that a similar bill like Prop 187 of California could be presented in Arizona by the State Legislature and signed by the […]

Guest Blogger: Sindy Benavides, CEO of LULAC ‘After SCOTUS Ruling, Puerto Rico Statehood Even More Imperative’

This column was first published on RealClearPolitics  The United States was founded on the premise that taxation without representation is tyranny – not democracy. This week, that basic premise was once again denied to the people of Puerto Rico when the U.S. Supreme Court opted to continue the systemic discrimination of Puerto Ricans (who are American citizens) […]

Guest Blogger: Rosa Mendoza “Multicultural Womxn’s Conference 2021 Puts the Spotlight on Challenges, Opportunities”

As we approach the end of Women’s History Month, it is important to continue to celebrate women changemakers past and present. But it is also important to acknowledge that this has been a tough year for women in the workforce—especially women of color. The challenges women face in this economy and in the innovation industry […]

Guest Blogger: “The importance of the Georgia Runoff Senate Election”

Georgia was BLUE, yes, it was BLUE during a long period. Up until 2003 Georgia Governors were Democrats, President Jimmy Carter was among them (1971 – 1975). It voted for presidential democratic candidates up until 1960 with John F. Kennedy, then again in 1976 and 1980 with Jimmy Carter, for Bill Clinton in 1992, and […]

Guest Bloggers: Michael Ramos and José Miguel Madrigal “Will Presidential Candidates Wake Up The Sleeping Giants?”

With racist remarks, constant dishonesty and a lack of ethical behavior expected of our nation’s leader, the presence of Donald Trump in the White House has undeniably captured the world’s attention. Yet, the world is looking to the Democratic Party as the body to replace Mr. Trump with someone who can restore the United States […]

Guest Blogger: Alma Molina “3 Impactful Ways to Celebrate Hispanic (or Latino/a/x) Heritage Month”

This month is our community’s opportunity to empower and support one another on a national stage, while educating the country about who we are and what we stand for. More than parades and parties, we can celebrate our culture and contributions every day. Here are 3 ways to make a lasting impact: SHOP – Just […]

Guest Blogger: Enrique Davis-Mazlum “Can mid-term elections reshape U.S. political system?”

The upcoming mid-term elections which will take place on November 6th, 2018, are key to shaping the United States’ political system. For many, a conservative Senate majority is a threat to women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, health care, student loans, immigration reform, the status of DACA students, gun control among other issues and that is why […]

Guest Blogger: Vanessa Cardenas “I am an immigrant like Alicia Machado and I have a message for Trump”

I am an immigrant, I have an accent, and my mom was a housekeeper. I spent my school breaks making beds, cleaning kitchens, and running vacuums up and down stairs in other people’s houses. And I have a message for Donald Trump: WE VOTE. For decades now, Donald Trump has shown a callous disregard for […]

Guest Blogger: Amy Hinojosa “Congress: Beware Of This Scam”

Latino entrepreneurs have emerged as a driving force for the U.S. economy, strengthening communities and inspiring future generations of Americans. While these entrepreneurs pour their blood, sweat and tears into their businesses, however, they – and consumers across the country – face threats from proposed legislation that would give pyramid schemes free reign to prey […]