Arizona's 2020 count was 242,398 lower than estimates for an undercount of 3.3%, which would result in more than a $1.86 billion loss in federal funds over the next decade.
Calling someone an “illegal alien” is a way to dehumanize a person. It’s a way to spread the fear, plant the hate and grow the viciousness against immigrants and non-citizens.
Nothing is more important to Arizona’s future than education, which I like to call “the Great Equalizer.” Unfortunately, education itself is anything but equal in terms of access, equity and opportunity.
March 31 is Cesar Chavez Day, commemorating the birthday of the Arizona-born civil rights and farmworkers union leader.
So-called “voter reform” is by any other name “voter suppression.” It's happening on a national scale, despite the fact there is no evidence of voter fraud, as confirmed in the 2020 election by all counts, recounts and courts.
Cinthia Estela is the best candidate to represent District 7 on the Phoenix City Council and has earned the endorsement of Chicanos Por La Causa Action Fund PAC. Early voting in the runoff election begins Feb. 10.
As Latinos and as a nation, we celebrate the inauguration of President Joe Biden because our 46th president is living proof of what can be accomplished when many people from varied groups in a multi-diverse society work toward a singular and positive result.
Two Latinas elected to Arizona Corporation Commission.