J.D. Long-García November 25, 2020
Many Latino people of various cultures who call this country home have embraced Thanksgiving—each culture adding its own spice, of course.
Joe Biden supporters face off with a President Donald Trump supporter outside a polling site in Houston Nov. 3, 2020. (CNS photo/Go Nakamura, Reuters)
Cecilia González-Andrieu November 05, 2020
This election is is forcing us to “sacar los trapos sucios,” bring out our dirty laundry.
The Latinos for Trump Coalition welcomes President Trump on Sept. 14 at the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
J.D. Long-García November 04, 2020
Some Democrats were shocked that President Trump got one-third of the Latino vote. But J.D. Long-García writes that the Latino vote has never been monolithic and probably never will be.
J.D. Long-García October 30, 2020
For those who have lost loved ones to Covid-19, celebrations will not be the same this year. But they will still remember the souls who have passed on to new life.
J.D. Long-García October 27, 2020
Zoom meetings and virtual conferences don’t usually start with music, laughter and dancing, but that’s how V Encuentro does it.
J.D. Long-García October 27, 2020
By some estimates, 40 to 45 percent of U.S. Catholics are Latino, including more than 60 percent of Catholics under the age of 18. How many U.S. cardinals are Latino? Zero.