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With the help of people like you, we have a real chance to get Joe Arpio out of office, and to have an electoral race that we can get excited about.

Tweet Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio stands for everything that we are fighting against this election.   He endorses Donald Trump for president, and calls him his “true political soul mate;” he boasts about having his own “concentration camp,” blatantly defied orders by a district judge to order his deputies to stop the unconstitutional racial […]

Chicano Radio Network announces the launch of Studio B on September 29, 2016

Tweet Telephone 909-965-3695 Joe Ortiz & Associates Public Relations Email [email protected] Website http://www.CRNLive.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Frank Mills Miranda: A Radio Icon Who Broadcasts All Things Chicano Worldwide Los Angeles, California – Little did he realize when he was five years old that Frank Mills Miranda would become an international Chicano radio icon. As fate […]

Diseased hearts? – James Cosner

Tweet James Cosner activist and Blogger Spiritually, politically, and scientifically speaking, the nature of disease is that it spreads and proliferates throughout the human body and the human family. More specifically, capitalism and classism, patriarchy and sexism, white supremacy and racism, colonialism and parasitism, imperialism and conquest, greed and consumption constitute the most deadly diseases […]

Why the César Chávez Film “Failed” at the U.S. Box Office

Tweet by Alisa Valdes The question on every Latino’s mind this week? Why is the César Chávez biopic, directed by the amazing Diego Luna and starring powerhouse actors Michael Peña and Rosario Dawson, failing so badly at the U.S. box office? The film had a huge promotional budget and push. Everyone knew it was coming. […]

LULAC Demands Resignations of Arizona State Representative John Kavanagh and Sheriff Joe Arpaio for Racially Charged Jokes Made During Roast for Arpaio

Tweet   Washington, D.C. – Today, LULAC Executive Director Brent Wilkes released the following statement in reaction to the racist remarks made by Arizona State Representative John Kavanagh at a roast for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. “The racist comments regarding Latinos, Asians, and Muslims made during a roast for Sheriff Arpaio were morally reprehensible. […]

Cesar Chavez (Movie coming soon!)

Tweet Directed by Diego Luna, Chávez chronicles the birth of a modern American movement led by famed civil rights leader and labor organizer, Cesar Chavez. Torn between his duties as a husband and father and his commitment to bringing dignity and justice to others, Chavez embraced non-violence as he battled greed and prejudice in his […]

Independent Voters to Republican Party: Halt Immigration Reform and We Will Halt Your Power in 2014 Elections

Tweet Phoenix, AZ — Republicans are warning President Obama that if he halts immigrant deportations then the GOP will halt immigration reform. But the Republican Party has already halted immigration reform as Mexican-Americans / Latinos, Women and Independent voters have noted it has been over 7 months since the Democratic-controlled Senate passed a historic comprehensive […]

Linda Ronstadt Says She Has Parkinson’s Disease

Tweet (CBS SF/AP) – Linda Ronstadt says she suffers from Parkinson’s disease, which has robbed her ability to sing. The 67-year-old music legend and San Francisco resident tells AARP Magazine, in an article posted online Friday, that she was diagnosed eight months ago and “can’t sing a note.” Ronstadt says she began to show symptoms […]

LULAC – Today is the Last Day to Receive a $25 Discount!

Tweet Today is the Last Day to Receive a $25 Discount! Individuals purchasing full registration pakages are receiving a $25 discount. The offer ends today Friday, May 18, 2012. FTI and Corporate packages include registration, seminars, meals, and all events (6 days). Youth, member & nonmember packages include registration and all seminars, meals and events […]

ICE deportation reviews by the numbers, explained

Tweet The review of some 300,000 deportation cases in the nation’s backlogged immigration courts recently led to some confusing headlines after U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that about 16,500 pending cases would be temporarily put on hold, which some translated into these cases being “shelved.” But that’s not exactly how it works. As the […]