Mexican Immigration in the Early Years (1848-1930)
Becoming part of the American mosaic - by John P. Schmal
August 18, 2017

Su Negocio Los Angeles Financial Education Event
National Su Negocio seminar series provides Latino small business owners free access to financial educational resources 8/17 - by Maria Fernanda
August 13, 2017

Jared Borgetti Leads McDonald's SoCal Soccer Camp
16 children selected as player escorts for the ICC match between Manchester City and Real Madrid - by LatinoLA Contributor
August 8, 2017

RMHC/HACER National Scholarship Winners Announced
Four Hispanic high school seniors have been awarded $100,000 scholarships, including Hemet, CA student - by LatinoLA Contributor
August 8, 2017

Where Should My Flag Fly Next?
My flags and their adventures - by DC Hahn
August 3, 2017

South East LA County Region Career Expo
The South Gate Chamber of Commerce is offering a FREE Career Expo, August 19 - by LatinoLA Contributor
August 2, 2017

Cal State LA Receives National Grant to Drive Student Success
Grant will fund expansion of Cal State LA's partnership with East Los Angeles College through the GO East LA initiative - by LatinoLA Contributor

Cities Offer Hope to Immigrants by Declaring Sanctuary
In Cudahy, Santa Ana, South Pasadena and other cities, elected leaders show strength by confronting Trump's threats - by Abelardo de la Peña Jr., Writer/Editor

The Curacao Wall: Mi Voz Cuenta
The Curacao Wall - Mi Voz Cuenta ("My Voice Matters") - travels the United States with a message of unity - by LatinoLA Contributor

LA Photography Duo is Taking Unity Message to US-Mexico border
Sandra García and Jessica Pons bring Argentinian idea about photography in public spaces to the US-Mexico border, July 29 - by Cesar Arredondo

Major National Latino Convention in San Antonio
The annual meeting of League of United Latin American Citizens' National Convention will address critical Latino issues - by Cesar Arredondo

DACA Under Attack
Republican officials from ten states ask for program to be dismantled and even threaten with a lawsuit - by Cesar Arredondo

Family of Michael "Dossicc" Ramirez Asking For Help
Help find Michael he is missing at Kern River - by Frank John Tristan

RMHCSC Awards $233K in Scholarships to 85 Local Students
Over 20 college-bound Latino students selected, winners honored during ceremony - by LatinoLA Contributor

Enrollment Open for Youth Summer Programs at East L.A. Club
Low-cost all-inclusive summer programs to keep your kids safe, healthy & engaged! - by LatinoLA Contributor

Despite the Status of DACA, Dreamers Continue to Study Abroad
El Colegio de la Frontera Norte (COLEF) features an interview on the Summer 2017 California-Mexico Dreamers Study Abroad Program - by LatinoLA Contributor

New Ordinance to Address Alcohol Related Issues
Ordinance will update operating standards for retail stores in unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County that sell alcohol - by LatinoLA Contributor

Josefina Lopez Throws a Fiesta
Boyle Heights Cinco de Mayo grand opening for noted writer and arts community leader's CASA FINA Restaurant & Cantina - by LatinoLA Contributor

MassMutual an Inclusive Workplace for Latinos
ALMMA BRG values the many Hispanic cultures represented and supported at MassMutual - by LatinoLA Contributor

The Art Life of Gladis Alejandre
My art is a celebration of life, a way to light the candle of self-empowerment and motivate the viewers to see their own light - by Gladis Alejandre

Ralph Ellison and Latinx Voters
What pollsters and news outlets covering Latinx voters can learn from Invisible Man - by Eduardo Cuevas

FLUX: AIDS Healthcare Foundation's New Transgender Division
Raising awareness and advocatinf for trans and gender nonconforming communities to reduce social barriers and health disparities - by LatinoLA Contributor

Walk for Kids 2017 Rallies Community Support for Ill Children
Southern California Ronald McDonald houses celebrate 40 years of keeping families close - by LatinoLA Contributor

Political Campaigning In the Tumultuous Trump Era
A key takeaway from the last election, and possibly for races moving forward, is that politics isn't for the faint of heart - by Abelardo de la Peña Jr.

Notes from ChicanAztlan: Haitian Immigrants in Tijuana
In a city of immigrants, for many the Haitians are just the latest wave - by John Edward Rangel

The Art of Dreaming at CSUSB
Student-run, community event will serve as a proactive safe space of healing due to current political circumstances - by Connie Mejia

2017 Whittier College Feinberg Lecture
Professor Kenneth W. Stein will deliver the lecture: Arab-Israeli Negotiations: Why they worked in the '70s but not now, 2/ - by LatinoLA Contributor

College Scholarships for Latino Students
Café Bustelo Kicks-Off Its Annual El Café Del Futuro Scholarship Essay Contest - by LatinoLA Contributor

McDonald's SoCal Celebrates Young Latino Athletes
Local soccer program receives new gear for its eight teams - by LatinoLA Contributor

Holiday food drive raises more than 1,800 lbs. of food The DEN
Students, faculty, and staff from 31 different departments and organizations at Cal State San Bernardino came together - by LatinoLA Contributor

Anti-Mall in Solidarity With Standing Rock and SoCentralFarm
Free, family friendly marketplace & fest connecting people to products services & resources in line with their politics - by LatinoLA Contributor

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