Wednesday, 30 July 2014
The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey is urging that counties oppose deportations carried out under the "Secure Communities" program, reports Diario de Mexico.
Colombians, 1.5 million strong in the tri-state area, have little representation and are fractured as a community. Some leaders are trying to change that, El Diario reports.
In New Jersey, traditional Mexican talismans and religious objects appeal to Latinos seeking good luck, Diario de Mexico reports.
Latino residents of Passaic, New Jersey have started a new pedaling initiative to bring all locals – not just Latinos – together, Diario de Mexico reports.
La Voz interviews Nicole Williams, the new school superintendent, about her strategy for improving the Hudson Valley city's beleaguered schools.
Colorlines profiles 21-year-old Dorian Moody and the challenges he faces in seeking employment.
As the country celebrated Father's Day last weekend, El Diario/La Prensa did its own special homage highlighting three compelling stories of local Latino fathers.
The plight of the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls remains at the forefront for Nigerians and New Yorkers who came together at a panel on the "State of Girls in Nigeria," reports Amsterdam News.
Stiff competition in NYC has hurt market share, but workers still seek jobs there.
El Diario/La Prensa is running a series of reports on the spirit of the 2014 World Cup in the city's Latino neighborhoods.
Numerous restaurants in Palisades Park are competing to lure customers with varieties of Naengmyun, a cold noodle dish, Korea Daily reports.
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