The National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) issued a letter to President Obama, Speaker Boehner and Majority Leader McConnell calling for action in Puerto Rico. LatinoJustice is one of the 39 signatories calling for action.
Public Interest Fellowships Are Available at LatinoJustice PRLDEF for Fall 2016
LatinoJustice PRLDEF thanks the sponsors of the Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2015 (“The Advancement Act”) for boldly introducing a bill that responds effectively to the Supreme Court opinion in Shelby County v. Holder. The Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2015 is a direct response to the Court’s call for contemporary voting rights protections, with narrowly tailored remedies designed to address modern violations and discriminatory practices.
The shooting in Charleston has left the nation in shock once again at the violence and terrorism that has been fostered on the families who were torn apart simply because of their race. While we applaud President Obama’s swift action to open a hate crimes investigation, this is not enough.
Juan Cartagena issued a statement about the immigration crisis in the Dominican Republic
More than 200 supporters are expected Tuesday, June 16 to honor a host of successful and inspiring Latina Trailblazers at the LatinoJustice PRLDEF Sixth Annual Women’s Awards Breakfast at the Yale Club of NY. The Sixth Annual event honors Latinas who are leaders in their field, in our community and nationwide.
Bajo el concepto de “una persona, un voto”, siempre se incluía cada persona, no solamente cada votante o cada ciudadano.
The New York State Supreme Court Second Department Appellate Division today issued a decision approving the bar application of Cesar Vargas, who was brought to the United States from Mexico when he was 5 years old and eventually graduated from City University of New York School of Law.
Dozens of community members and leaders gathered in front of the New York State Supreme Court in Central Islip today to announce the launch of Long Island United for Police Reform (LIPR), an unprecedented coalition seeking to end bias-based police practices in both Nassau and Suffolk counties. Comprised of advocacy organizations, lawyers, community organizers, and families who have been victimized by police misconduct, LIPR will call for accountability, oversight, and transparency in Long Island’s police departments.
Acabamos de recibir noticias de un artículo que acusa a LatinoJustice de ser una organización radical porque demandamos la excarcelación de Oscar López Rivera. Esta es la respuesta
Trabajadores Latinos y Coreanos ganan demanda de $2.67 millones a restaurante Kum Gang San en New York City.
Eric Garner's death cannot be in vain. More so than even the Ferguson Grand Jury verdict, the videotaped killing of Mr. Garner must spur wholescale reform in addressing the use of police abuse and excessive force in our broken criminal justice system.
Rosie Perez on The View was a major step forward for Latin@s in entertainment. Find out how much further Hollywood needs to go to make programming more inclusive for Latin@ performers
Juan Cartagena explains the need for political outreach in Spanish and the dangers of "English-only" laws
LJP's Joanna Cuevas Ingram and Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan write that while last month's celebration of the accomplishments of women in the country was welcomed, it cannot hide the decades-long battle for workplace justice and fairness the women must wage even today.
Organizaciones piden que no se dejen disuadir por la decisión judicial contra la acción ejecutiva
Su trayectoria personal refleja algunas de las vidas de tantas mujeres latinas que hoy en día son las líderes del trato digno y humano que merece la comunidad latina
Juan Cartagena da consejo sobre que Gobernador Cuomo deberia hacer para el presupuesto del Estado de Nueva York
El cuatrienio político siempre oscila entre regalos o regaños para indignar o premiar cualquier grupo de votantes
LJP joined many other NYS Latino Leaders in urging the New York governor and legislature to pass a state DREAM Act.