Poetry readers, prepare yourselves for a passing of the laurels. The Library of Congress announced in the wee hours Wednesday that the next U.S. poet laureate will be California writer [ … ]
Reverend Samuel Rodriguez and the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) announces evangelical theologian, ethicist and minister Dr. Russell Moore to its organizational board.
Across the country, families everywhere are coming together to celebrate a treasured American tradition: high school graduation. And today we have more cause to celebrate than ever before.
In a less diverse Republican presidential field, Ted Cruz, the make-good son of a Cuban immigrant, would be viewed more for what he is – a candidate with a legitimate [ … ]
They teach our children, drive our buses, clean our streets and deliver our mail. They staff the government and make it run. Their public-sector jobs are at the heart of [ … ]
African-American and Latino cashiers, salespeople and first-line managers are paid less, are less likely to be promoted off the floor and more likely to be poorer than their white counterparts [ … ]
Attendance at the Southern Baptist church on Scenic Drive had dwindled to about 15 most Sundays. The potted plant by the pulpit was from yet another member’s funeral. There was [ … ]
Presidential candidates in 2016 will need to attract a more diverse crowd than ever and that includes the evangelical vote. According to the Pew Research Center, 25 percent of evangelicals [ … ]
Hispanic media company Univision Communications has acquired The Root, a top online destination for African-American news and commentary, in a bid to expand its reach to a new audience.
There’s a movement underfoot in the Hispanic church community to change the way the culture thinks about education.