02/09/2015 11:03 am
In his first major speech since announcing he will actively explore a run for the White House, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush talks about how immigration reform can benefit the economy.
More particulars about President Obama’s immigration-reform plan have been revealed, and they include the ability to pay for a citizenship application with a credit card. See what the other changes will be made here.
01/23/2015 4:35 pm
The Republican National Committee announced which television networks will air the 2016 Presidential debates. Noticeably absent from the list? Univision, the biggest Spanish-language network.
01/21/2015 4:33 pm
During the GOP’s Spanish-language rebuttal to President Obama’s State of the Union address, Congressman Carlos Curbelo of Florida deviated from the English version on just one topic: immigration. Why was the subject only directed at Latinos? Watch both speeches here.
01/13/2015 10:50 pm
In protest of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s support for #BlackLivesMatter, the NYPD takes a stance against the Broken Windows policy, giving the community what it wants—a halt to low-level arrests that disproportionately target Blacks and Latinos.
01/12/2015 11:42 am
Recent statistics show that Blacks and Latino doctoral graduates in the U.S. are on the rise. Seeing diverse professors in the classroom may influence a student’s choice of undergraduate major.
01/07/2015 3:50 pm
Microsoft quietly released its diversity statistics last month—and the results not only reinforced CEO Satya Nadella’s comments about women in the workforce, but also show that Microsoft’s stats are right in line with every other tech company.
11/21/2014 9:43 am
In his revolutionary executive-action speech, President Obama promises protection from deportation to 5 million undocumented immigrants and outlines his new plan. Find out what you need to know about this groundbreaking change in immigration law. Watch the speech here.
10/29/2014 4:02 pm
Imagine if NBA scouts had never looked at Michael Jordan. In this exclusive, Rev. Jesse Jackson says Silicon Valley executives are making a big mistake by not including the entire talent pool.