Capital Pride celebration in Washington DC.
A record number of Latinos are running for office in Washington D.C. Pedro Rubio is campaigning for D.C. Council At Large and Franklin Garcia for U.S. Representative. Seven Latinos are on the ballot for D.C. Democratic State Committee. Among the … read more
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On Saturday, May 14 hundreds of voters and DC residents gathered at the Josephine Butler Center in Northwest Washington to hear from most candidates running in the April 1, 2014 DC Primary. The candidates forum organized by the DC Latino … read more
Dr. Gregg Edwards, a longtime activist of the Mount Pleasant neighborhood in Ward One, was honored at Los Hermanos Restaurant on November 26, 2013. Dr. Edwards was honored by the DC Latino Caucus and the DC Office on Latino Affairs … read more
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DC Mayor Vincent Gray announced a new Bill to allow undocumented DC residents to obtain DC driver’s license. The measure is in line with a other states like New Mexico, Washington State, Utah, Maryland, and Illinois that currently have laws … read more
On February, 21, the DC Latino Caucus elected 4 new Boardmembers and 2 Advisors to its board. The addition to the organization comes at a critical time when Latinos locally and nationally are getting more attention. The new addition to … read more
The first forum for the April 23rd DC Council At-Large special election took place at One Judiciary Square last night. The forum was put together by DC for Democracy. Eight candidates that met the 3000-signature deadline with the DC Board … read more
On the 3rd anniversary of Haiti’s devastating earthquake, this timely article is very relevant. The article was written in Spanish by prominent Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano in 2004, and published in various newspapers in Latin America. Here is article translated … read more