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Cultural Survival   Zapotec, Wixarica, Odami, and Nahuatl are four of the 68 Indigenous languages spoken in Mexico. Cultural Survival supports many Indigenous community radio stations around the world, including two organizations that are producing radio programs to be…

By Eleazar Lopez Salud Today Did you know Latino kids are twice as likely to die from asthma than their peers? More than 1 in 10 U.S. Latino kids have been told they have asthma. These kids struggle with…

By Chuck Collins Inequality.org Estuardo Mazariegos understands the burden of paying for his education. He started college in 2006 and has attended on and off for financial reasons. Now in his last semester, he claims his annual tuition and fees…

By Subramanian Shankar The Conversation In the United States, inequality tends to be framed as an issue of either class, race or both. Consider, for example, criticism that Republicans’ new tax plan is a weapon of “class warfare,” or…

Saving Places LULAC, or the League of United Latin American Citizens, was formed in 1929 by three Mexican American organizations in response to decades of anti-Mexican violence. This national organization—which has challenged legal and cultural injustice throughout its existence—was…

By Cliff Despres SaludToday Cervical cancer is highly preventable. That is why it’s so alarming that Latinas are twice as likely to be diagnosed with cervical cancer than other women. They also have the highest rate of cervical cancer…