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We Rise - Year-End Message

As 2018 winds down, LatinoJustice continues to focus on the road forward.

While we broke bread with our families this past weekend, we processed images of children and their parents fleeing...SEE MORE >>

November 27, 2018
by Juan Cartagena
Of Caravans and ‘Criminals’

The growing caravan of migrants making their way to Mexico City (and hopefully, the Mexico–U.S. border) portrays the open defiance of immigrants who have nothing left to lose but their lives. It...SEE MORE >>

November 05, 2018
by Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan
Of Caravans and ‘Criminals’

The growing caravan of migrants making their way to Mexico City (and hopefully, the Mexico–U.S. border) portrays the open defiance of immigrants who have nothing left to lose but their lives. It...SEE MORE >>

November 05, 2018
by Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan
LEAVING OUR PEOPLE OUT IN THE STORM

By Denise Collazo and Juan Cartagena

A year ago, Hurricane Maria barreled down on the U.S. Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. In her wake, Maria left death and destruction – devastation...SEE MORE >>

October 04, 2018
by Juan Cartagena
Meet the new LatinoJustice look

If you’ve had an opportunity to visit and peruse our newly redesigned website, you may have noticed a few key changes. As teased in ...SEE MORE >>

September 10, 2018
by Juan Cartagena
Supuesta superioridad

The violence in Charlottesville shows how the silent of one man has the power to inflame more hate.SEE MORE >>

July 19, 2018
by Juan Cartagena

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