Skyrocketing rents have increased the need for the work of Instituto Familiar de la Raza -- yet have also made it difficult for them to maintain their own spaces.
COVID-19 is serious. But our daily freakouts to cope with the uncertainty often aren’t.
El Salvador Tries to Get Ahead of the Coronavirus Epidemic by Employing Quarantine Measures, Stimulus, and Hip-Hop
President Bukele and Residente from hip-hop group Calle 13 announced the stimulus on Instagram.
Nilda Rodriguez was a newly sober lesbian when she was diagnosed with HIV in 1986. Those two events would change the course of her life forever.
This Dallas Activist Pushed Their School District to End Its Relationship with ICE. Here’s How They Did It
Two years ago, Angee Andrade and the North Texas Dream Team made sure Dallas schools remained a safe place for undocumented students. Now, they’re sharing their plan for success so others can follow suit.
Activists and community members reflect on what it took to bring the Las Memorias AIDS Monument to life in Los Angeles.
In these brief videos, we share the resiliency, healing, and support that Latinx folks living with HIV in the U.S. came to find after seeking adequate treatment and care.
"I was in a coma," Angel recalls, "and God spoke to me and said, 'I don't want you to sit down in a corner -- you're going to walk again and live your life with a purpose.'"
But the process may take months, pending Congressional approval.
Haitians, gay men, and Central Americans have all been scapegoats in the storied history of American HIV immigration bans.
Latinos in the Deep South helps to lead the charge for southern social-justice organizing to end HIV.