• Did the Department of Homeland Security Hold a Roundtable Discussion with Fake Bloggers?

    LatinaLista — Earlier this week, Latina Lista reported that the Department of Homeland Security, under the direction of Secretary Michael Chertoff, was tired of going through the legal channels to satisfy Texas border residents who are fighting the intent to build a wall along the southern U.S.- Mexico border. So to speed...

  • Migra Matters’ Blogger Pens Most Thorough Analysis of Immigration Issue

    LatinaLista — In the blogosphere he is known as Duke1676. Among bloggers, he's better known as the analytical author of Migra Matters. Duke has written and posted at Daily Kos one of the most insightful, certainly most thorough and step-by-step approach into fully understanding the immigration issue. It's titled: A progressive plan...

  • New Blog Wants the World to Know What is Happening at Largest Immigrant Detention Facility in the U.S.

    LatinaLista — It is called Tent City and it is the largest immigrant detention facility in the United States. Found in Raymondville, Texas, the detention camp houses mostly undocumented immigrants from El Salvador, and according to peace activist Elizabeth Garcia, the people are not being treated humanely. On the outside, the tents...

  • The New and the Old Latina Lista

    LatinaLista — Thanks for making the journey across the Blogger border to the new site for Latina Lista. After so many months of dreaming of a better site to not only house my pensamientos but support my fellow Latinas/os, it's a dream come true. With so much more content, you're probably wondering...

  • Latina Lista has moved

    Latina Lista has moved. The new location of this blog will be http://www.latinalista.net/palabrafinal The new Latina Lista site main page is at http://www.latinalista.net Please update your blogrolls, bookmarks, and feed subscriptions! See you there.

  • Breaking News: Big News about the Future of Latina Lista

    LatinaLista — Being a journalist first and a blogger second, I get impatient not being able to comment. With so many good stories that are crossing my desktop today, my impatience to write something is at an all-time high but I promised myself, and a few others, that I would dedicate this...

  • World Press Freedom Day Pertains to Bloggers Too

    LatinaLista — Every once in a while, I get a question from my peers that challenges me to define myself in today's changing media world. The question usually goes like this: "Do you consider yourself a journalist or a blogger?" When I first began blogging, I used to answer that I was...