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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 […]

“Young Latino Artists 21: [email protected]” at Mexic-Arte Museum

Tweet This exhibit is about being Mexican-American, but it will make things happen for you whatever your ethnicity REVIEWED BY SAM ANDERSON-RAMOS, FRI., JULY 15, 2016 I’m Mexican-American, but I don’t know exactly what that means anymore. It seems to refer to the fact that my family is from Mexico. It also seems to have […]

CRNLive’s Studio B returning to the world in September 2016

Tweet Remember in the late 90’s when you stumbled across CRNLive for the first time? At the time we had studio B which became your headquarters for Chicano Rapp & Hip Hop? Well for years we have been bombarded with your requests to bring it back. Tune in September when we once again become your […]

Latin Grammy’s? Really? by Frank Mills Miranda

Tweet   I love my Latin Brothers and Sisters from around the globe and am deeply saddened when I hear of yet another plight effecting my beautiful people. As for the Latin Grammy’s I being Chicano (Mexican/American) was very excited about another award ceremony done on our name. However, when I quickly noticed the program […]

POLITICAL SALSA Y MÁS with Salomon Baldenegro “CHICANO HISTORY WEEK?” – Should there be? Please give us your thoughts below..

Tweet January 18, 2015 by salomon Members of a Listserv I subscribe to were recently asked to lobby their respective legislatures to designate the week of February 2-8 as “Chicano History Week.” That week was chosen because the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed on February 2, 1848, ending the Mexican-American War. With all due […]

National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators to present the Award of Excellence in Education on Dec. 8

Tweet Monday, December 01, 2014 Miranda nominates Carl Hayden High School’s robotics team for national award By Arizona House Democrats at 3:00 PM Miranda nominates Carl Hayden High School’s robotics team for national award Team will receive Award of Excellence on Dec. 8 STATE CAPITOL, PHOENIX – Next week, the National Hispanic Caucus of State […]

Citizens for Better Arizona a/k/a “Randy Recall Inc.” Under Fire

Tweet Citizens for Better Arizona (CBA) (an operation run by the likes of Randy Parraz and Chad Snow) has come under tremendous fire recently from the Carlos Galindo show who has played audio clips from a young lady under the age of 18 years of age that was misled with regard to Arizona politics. This […]

Brown case should resonate with Latinos: Column

Tweet Raul Reyes 4:14 p.m. EDT August 27, 2014 Ferguson, Mo., shooting is not unlike similar incidents in Hispanic communities. Peaceful protesters under siege by armed officers. A minority community roiled by issues of race and social justice. Allegations of law enforcement misconduct, conspiracies and cover-ups. These circumstances could all apply to the recent unrest […]

Undocumented workers are keeping a key benefit program afloat

Tweet Social Security, which provides retirement income to millions of elderly Americans, is largely stable – at least for now – thanks in part to the more than 3.1 million people who are working and paying taxes in the U.S. using fake or expired social security numbers. Every year, undocumented immigrants have collectively paid as […]