Media Coverage List

Enfranchised: How a Collaborative Fund Advances Voting Rights and Protections

This article outlines ways that foundations are mobilizing to help protect voting rights and how one of those initiatives supports LatinoJustice's Voter Protection initiative.

January 10, 2019
Salvadoran woman who won wrongful arrest lawsuit detained by ICE

A Salvadoran mother and activist who successfully sued a Maryland county for wrongful profiling and arrest has been detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) during a routine check-in.

January 09, 2019
Ex-felons in Florida enjoy new freedom: Registering to vote

LJP's David Ayala is joined by his sister, Mariely Feraro and his wife, state attorney Aramis Ayala, as he fills out his voter registration card at the Orange County Supervisor of Elections in Orlando, Florida, on Jan. 8, 2019.

January 08, 2019
Oyster Bay looks again at restricting day laborers soliciting work

Oyster Bay Town officials are planning new restrictions on day laborers after two court decisions declared previous limitations unconstitutional. LatinoJustice sued Oyster Bay for violating Day Laborer organizer rights and will remain...

December 30, 2018
Florida lawsuit seeks Spanish translation of ballots, alleges voting rights violations affecting Puerto Ricans

Civil rights organizations have asked a federal judge to order the state of Florida and local election officials to provide Spanish-language ballots, literature and translators for voters of Latino descent in time for the midterm...

August 16, 2018
Disaster Capitalism in Puerto Rico; Pusha-T Escalates Drake Fight

In the third segment Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan, joins the show to talk about a Harvard Study reporting that 4,645 deaths in Puerto Rico were caused by Hurricane Maria, the promotion of disaster capitalism on the island, the dehumanizing...

July 25, 2018