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#Ferguson and #Ayotzinapa
The ties that bind - by Enrique C. Ochoa and Gilda L. Ochoa
December 16, 2014


Glad I Can Read & Write...and Studied History
The future of our children is threatened by the rich, as higher education may become a domain of only those who can afford it... - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor
November 24, 2014










Attaining Success In the Workplace
Tips from Great Potential Latino Initiative (GPLI) - by Steve Moya
November 14, 2014


Another Look at Veteran's Day From Another Perspective
Honor is more than just a word - by Robert L. Rosebrock
November 11, 2014










On This Veterans Day . . .
I honor veterans, men and women; not bands, not troops - by Rafael Jesús González
November 11, 2014


A Veteran's Lament: Honoring the WWII War Memorial
Some things never change, so let's work together to form the East Los Angeles Veterans - Memorial Project - by Richard Luna
November 11, 2014




Costumes Perpetuate Stereotypes and Mask Realities
Contemporary use of degrading costumes, symbols, and parties is fueled in part by a lack of education about the roots of racism - by Enrique C. Ochoa and Gilda L. Ochoa

Notes from ChicanAztlan: Minimum Wage
The wealth of this great nation begins with the sweat from blue collar and service sector jobs. It should be rewarded. - by John Edward Rangel

Intimidating and Harassing Jane in the Workplace
Pervasive violence against women Is not a joke; harassment and violence against women is widespread - by Kat Avila

The Latino Political House is Divided
Which side are you on – immigrant families or the Democratic Party? - by LatinoLA Contributors

Open letter to Penelope Cruz & Javier Bardem
El comal le dijo a la olla - by Edie J. Adler

A Nation of Immigrants, Where Is Our Leadership?
What face are we now showing the world? Where is our conscience today? The world is watching us! - by Jorge Corralejo

Highland Park Mural Needs Help
Two of the mural's original artists hope to restore the mural, but don't have the money to get it done - by Jacqueline García, EGP Staff Writer

TOP 10 Reasons Obama Should Not Be Deporting Kids
They're not illegal ... they're seeking refuge - by Al Carlos Hernandez, Contributing Editor

Israel's Right to Exist
A question of biblical proportions - by Edie J. Adler

Child Refugees
It is not an invasion nor are they a threat to national security - by Maria Reyna

Hey, How Smart Is Your School?
Supporting science and mathematics in our schools - by Kat Avila

Our Children: Thoughts from #Murrieta
We need children to remind us sometimes to be adults and to be an adult is to be brave, and mature - by Rick Najera

Obama's Chickens Coming Home to Roost
Undermining the rights of immigrant minors has ominous implications for the rights of all U.S. citizens - by Nativo Lopez


Lessons My Father Taught Me
I was wrong to be embarrassed and ashamed. Instead, I should have been appreciative and thankful - by Dr. Alvaro Huerta

Why It Matters
Southern California Latino Policy Center: Elected officials coming together to support each other, create better communities - by Victor Abalos

Socioeconomic Inequality Facing Latinos Must Be Bridged
As the fastest-growing segment of the American workforce, Latinos deserve all of the benefits this country has to offer - by Alvaro Huerta

TOP Ten Signs your Latino Mother's Day was a Disaster
Not looking forward to Father's Day, either - by Al Carlos Hernandez, Contributing Editor

SR 40 Calls for Obama to Stop Deportations
Introduced by Senator Lou Correa, the resolution calls for a more humanitarian immigration policy that keeps families together - by Armando Vasquez-Ramos

Latino Walmart Workers Look to Aida Alvarez for Change
A breakthrough conversation with a member of the Board of Directors of Walmart - by Venanzi Luna

Five Ways to Bridge the Inequality Gap
As the rich have gotten much, much richer, the rest of us have fallen behind -- especially Latinos. - by Alvaro Huerta

Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle of a Political Movement
His life and as well as those of tens of thousands of others who struggled for social justice are examples for us - by Jimmy Franco Sr., Latino POV

Taking Back Cinco de Mayo
First ignored, it became a day of celebration and defiance, later morphing into a drinking holiday. A new consciousness sets in. - by Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez

Value of Family Hits Home With Latinos
Urgency needed for Latinos to reach their full potential - by Steve Moya and Alvaro Huerta, Ph.D.

Who We Were
The Chicano Chronicles, Part 3 of 9 - by Emiliano Villa

Why Are Latinos Less Likely to Succeed in School?
Language, immigration, discrimination are just some of the barriers Latino youth face - by Diandra Suarez


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