Miriam Uribe enrolled in California’s low-income health insurance program last November, and she still hasn’t found a primary care doctor 10 months later who could see her.
While liberals often describe the Christian Right as the “fringe” or “far right” of the Republican Party, the movement is the arty’s best resource for expanding its base among non-whites.
Austin is one of the nation’s most diverse and quickly growing cities.
Over the last few months, a group of upper classmen at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School – known as BCC – in the U.S. state of Maryland, produced a film exploring [ … ]
Donald Trump toured the Texas-Mexico border on Thursday to condemn illegal immigration, declare his love for Latinos and to belittle rival White House candidate Hillary Clinton.
Ever since President Obama took office, the poverty rate among children has soared to 22 percent, with three million more children living in poor conditions, according to an authoritative new [ … ]
“If we expect kids to be losers they will be losers; if we expect them to be winners they will be winners. They rise, or fall, to the level of [ … ]
As the USA’s post-recession economy has improved, poverty rates for Hispanic, white and Asian children have improved, a new analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data finds. But for African-American children, [ … ]
Starbucks is on a mission to recruit a lost generation of America’s young, poor and unemployed to correct a decades-long pattern of neglect in corporate America.
Hispanic Baptists and other Christians have so much to offer the American church and society that they must avoid the pitfalls of secularism and consumerism, Latino religious leaders say.