Gerald Kicanas, obispo de la Diócesis Católica de Tucsón, habla a favor de la prohibición de armas de asalto y de barriletes de gran capacidad en una conferencia de prensa el pasado 28 de marzo frente de las oficinas del municipio de Sur Tucsón.
En el arranque a nivel local, el jueves 28 de marzo, del esfuerzo nacional para que el Congreso apruebe una legislación razonable sobre armas, una docena de oradores abogó por que los compradores de armas sean sometidos a una revisión universal de antecedentes.
WASHINGTON — The number of Hispanic voters could double within two decades as 17.6 million young people reach 18, increasing the clout of an ethnic bloc that already showed its power in the presidential election, according to a report.
RALEIGH, N.C. — A two-year investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice has found that a North Carolina sheriff and his deputies routinely discriminated against Latinos by making unwarranted arrests with the intent of maximizing deportations.
As the 1970s rolled over into the '80s, the Coors brewery launched a publicity campaign lauding the new decade.
Evangelical congregants at Vida Nueva church take part in a choir and band performance at a recent Sunday service. The church encourages its members to take part in the political process and has hosted some political candidates.
Pastor Luis Rodríguez addresses the congregation at Vida Nueva. He said the presidential election poses a hard choice for Hispanic evangelicals.
Every Sunday, Gina Islas dances, sings and has a personal relationship with God at Vida Nueva, the church with the largest Latino evangelical congregation in Tucson.
WASHINGTON — A majority of Hispanics prefer to identify themselves according to their families’ countries of origin, rather than by the government’s suggested terms “Hispanic” or “Latino,” Pew Hispanic Center reported Wednesday.