Every year the NAHJ Latino Reporter features the people from around the convention. These are the 2019 Gente de NAHJ.
Many of the most sought-after souvenirs are not from the iconic Tex-Mex city. Some aren’t even from the same continent.
The Latino Reporter’s Patsy Montesinos set out find out if San Antonio remembers the Alamo.
A new survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that millennials from communities of color have better mental health than their white counterparts — reversing a longstanding trend.
Los 12 días de protestas consecutivas en Puerto Rico llevaron a Ricardo Rosselló Nevares a dimitir a la gobernación de la isla.
The smell of fried griot drifts along northeast 52nd street in Miami. Tourists and longtime residents roam through Little Haiti, an
Tribal drumming echoes off outer walls of buildings behind the Miramar Cultural Center. Wooden seed pods clink together like a
It is past two in the morning and pitch black outside. Ray Ruiz’s GPS connection is flickering as he drives
Growing up in a predominantly white neighborhood outside Boston, Brittany Volcy was often made to feel like her African features
After over a decade without a Major League Soccer team, soccer fans in Miami are excited to see the sport
When Arelis Hernández landed in Puerto Rico after Hurricane María swept across the island, she knew the drill — talk
LOS ANGELES — Clustered under the shade of trees in Mariachi Plaza, several men chatted about their workday near J&F
Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez doesn’t remember whose idea it was. But it originated in Los Angeles in 1987, when Rivas-Rodriguez went to
National Association of Hispanic Journalists board members have issued a policy prohibiting romantic relationships between organization mentors and students, weeks