A recent article by Angelo Falcon, president of the National Institute for Latino Policy, entitled, "Challenges Facing Stateside Puerto Ricans in the 21st Century," reveals both new features and persistent problems.
Twenty leading national Latino organizations have come together to oppose growing attacks against the rights of workers in Wisconsin and other states.
Organization representing more than 50 million Latinos are joining forces to defend Social Security.
Republicans are pushing anti-immigrant bills in states across the country, spurring anger among Latinos, who are a major voting bloc.
Texas Rep. Raul Hinojosa tell students about the challenges he and his colleagues face with the current tea party/Republican whipped up atmosphere.
A recent GOP ad urged Latinos to stay home rather than vote, but it may actually provoke a backlash and motivate Latinos to vote.
SAN ANTONIO - More than 500 people joined Linda Bocanegra, owner of the Arizona Café, for free bean soup, tacos and some get-out-the-vote energy in this city's Southwest side.
"Every day is Election Day from now until Nov. 2," said Petra Falcon of Promise Arizona, a group that is mobilizing Latino voter turnout in Arizona.
Will Latino voters, the fastest-growing segment of the electorate, make a difference come Nov. 2, despite predictions of general low turnout?
The grassroots are preparing for the Nov. 2 elections in Illinois.