Although Puerto Ricans are a much more prominent group in eastern states, Texas has a fair share of Boricuas.
The San Antonio River Walk stretches 15-miles long and ties together a vibrant downtown to the city’s robust history.
A year-long probe into sexual misconduct claims dating back to 2010 ended days before the National Hispanic Journalists Association annual conference. No disciplinary action was taken. Findings will be released within a month, NAHJ said.
Jim Avila, Elaine Ayala, and Ana Real — three veterans of the industry who are being credited for spending decades paving the way for future Latino journalists — will be inducted the final night of NAHJ’s Excellence in Journalism Conference in San Antonio.
Flores is one of many migrants from Honduras, El Salvador, Venezuela and Haiti staying in a shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. Children run through the dirt while the older immigrants sit outside on rocks, chatting about their experiences.
Before the UNITY convention in 2012, David Plazas emailed a code of conduct to seven NAHJ students who would be
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
Cultura is a 27-year-old dancer, choreographer and recording artist from Miami. Cultura became passionate about dance and music after she
Thanks to extra funds from high attendance at the Miami conference this year, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists has
La cantidad de oportunidades abiertas a los Latinos en los medios de comunicación que asistieron a la conferencia de NAHJ
For some, parties are just about having a good time, getting loose and forgetting. But the most exclusive party
Records, photos and other archival material dating back to the National Association of Hispanic Journalists’ inception in 1984 have gone