CHICAGO - There were tears, laughter, poetry and song as family and friends gathered June 8 to remember the life and legacy of Rudy Lozano Sr.
Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is observed November 1 -2 in many Mexican communities in the U.S.
For the people who live in boder towns, some with roots going back for generations, these tiny communities are home to growing hunger and poverty.
The California State Senate honored the legendary labor leader by approving legislation for farm workers seeking union representation.
An October 28 rally at the Teachers Hall wrapped up a very successful early voting period in Texas.
Mario Guerra Obledo, a son of Mexican immigrants who became a champion of civil rights and the first Latino official to head a California state agency, died Aug. 18 at age 78.
A local politician in Prescott, Ariz., who recently mocked an elementary mural featuring minority students was fired from his radio talk show and now faces a mounting recall campaign due to his remarks that critics say were racist.
PHOENIX - United Farm Workers leader Dolores Huerta and singer Linda Ronstadt were among more than 20,000 people who marched to protest "out-of-control" Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Chicago Transit Authority riders filed a class action lawsuit charging the state's underfunding of the city's public transit, compared to the suburban rail system, discriminates against minorities.
During the 1960s, the American people broke out of the McCarthy era with mass movements for peace, civil rights, women’s rights, and labor organizing of agricultural and public workers. At the same time, throughout the Southwest, like a hardly noticed leitmotif, emerged the “movimiento Chicano,” the Chicano power movement.