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Latinos news and analysis from The Nation
June 23, 2021
Our Fathers Fought GOP Voter Suppression 70 Years Ago
Cesar Chavez and Fred Ross Sr. knew it would take a movement to fight measures aimed at intimidating Latino voters. So they built one.
Fred Ross Jr.
June 16, 2021
Loss Runs Like a River Through My Life
On grief’s unequal racial burden, and the Internet as a vehicle to negotiate survival and turn collective grief into collective action.
April 26, 2021
¿Quiere arreglar la brecha racial de riqueza? Comience cancelando la deuda estudiantil.
Quiero imaginar un futuro mejor, al igual que lo hicieron mis padres. Pero no debería venir con ataduras abrumadoras.
April 26, 2021
Want to Fix the Racial Wealth Gap? Start By Canceling Student Debt.
I want to imagine a better future, just as my parents did. But it shouldn’t come with overwhelming strings attached.
March 31, 2021
In the Depths of the Pandemic, Tracing My Family’s Contact
A family grapples with disappearance, loneliness, and angst during a pandemic.
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February 15, 2021
Mapping the Trump Meridian in Texas
Just five years after calling Mexican immigrants drug dealers, criminals, and rapists, Trump collected over 30 percent of the vote in every Texas county along the border.
January 4, 2021
Latino Voters Show How Far Georgia Has Come
Whatever happens in tomorrow’s runoff election, the growing demographic is poised to become a major political force in the state.
December 22, 2020
The Latinx Future Will Not Look Like the Latinx Past
My generation is more outspoken—about inequality, assimilation, racism, and more—than those that came before.
Luis Manuel Diaz
November 25, 2020
Good Times and End Times on 26th and Folsom
The weed is legal, the virus is spiking, and kids dream of robots protecting their families from the landlord.
November 3, 2020
By Ignoring Latino Voters, Biden Has Made the Election Too Close
As in 2016, a tepid centrist campaign by the Democratic nominee has lead to a softening of votes among minorities.