Posted on · It’s clear Republican leadership in Texas is eyeing the Latino vote, and they believe it’s possible, despite data showing it might be an uphill quest. According to 2021 data from Gallup, nationwide, 54 percent of Hispanics identified as Democrats, while 26 percent identified as Republicans.
Posted on · The "Godmother of Chicana literature" discusses her latest work, the value of solitude, travel, and more.
Posted on · Houston Public Media spoke with Daisy Morales, vice president of Community Health Choice, about the obstacles that stand in the way of getting more Latinos insured.
Posted on · The planning comes in response to the removal of a nearly 30-year-old Heights mural.
Posted on · Air and water permits for industrial facilities are often granted in predominantly Latino communities, but environmental justice advocates say language barriers often make it hard for community members to participate in the public process.
Posted on · 16 U.S. cities have seen a 150% increase in hate crimes against Asian Americans and more than 3000 reports of anti-Asian American hate in the past year, according to the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism.
Posted on · “The Latinx Community in the 2020 Election & Beyond” brought together Latino lawyers, political scientists and activists to discuss the implications of the 2020 election and Latino voter turnout.
Posted on · New polling data on the 2020 presidential election shows 48% of Texas Latinos favor Democratic nominee for president Joe Biden, while 38% support President Donald Trump.
Posted on · The last time lawmakers drew up political boundaries for the Texas Legislature and U.S. Congress, in 2011, courts found they intentionally discriminated against racial minorities.
Posted on · The growing Latino population supports both conservative and progressive ideas and policies.
Posted on · Half of all students in Greater Houston are Latino, compared to only 2 percent of board members for local education nonprofits.
Posted on · Less than 1 percent of Houston's foundation, state and federal arts funds went to Latino groups from 2010 to 2015.
Posted on · Pelosi touted unprecedented Latino outreach at an event in Houston's historic East End
Posted on · However, the fact the course will not be called ‘Mexican-American Studies’ causes some concern
Posted on · Experts attribute the increase to a national political climate polarized by immigration, along with other factors such as a high number of Latino candidates