The Photography of Russell J Young
Featured

“Words That Burn” Looks at WWII from All Angles

By Leela Ginelle, El Hispanic News Cindy Williams Guitierrez’ play “Words That Burn” dramatizes the WWII experiences of three very different men. Former Oregon Poet Laureate and pacifist William Stafford was a conscientious objector during the war and worked in Civilian Public Service camps. Fellow Oregon Poet Laureate Lawson Inada …

Share
Read more 0 Comments
September2014_EHN_cover
Archive/ArchivoCurrent

El Hispanic News September 2014 Edition

CLICK HERE to download the issue as a PDF.

Share
Read more 0 Comments
IMG_5915
FeaturedLocalLocal News

100 Days of Stories for Measure 88

On July 25th, exactly 100 days before Election Day, Causa launched our 100 Days of Stories project in an effort to lift up the faces and voices of individuals who would benefit from and are supportive of Measure 88 — the Driver Card ballot measure. Every day, Causa posts a …

Share
Read more 0 Comments
Alberto_yellow bike
Featured

New Americans

By ALBERTO MORENO, El Hispanic News The road falls away in the rearview mirror like a snake shedding its own skin. My brother, Osvaldo is joining me for this part of the trip as we ride past terminal moraines left here by ancient glaciers. We are in Illinois, named after …

Share
Read more 0 Comments
ferguson_500x279_web
FeaturedNational

African American Media on the Death of Michael Brown in Ferguson

New America Media, Andrew Lam Por El Hispanic News Editor’s Note: The police killing of unarmed teenger, Michael Brown, 18, in Ferguson, MO, has mobilized African American media across the country. Below is a compilation of editorial excerpts from some of the major black newspapers and news sites since the …

Share
Read more 1 Comment
Un deportado desde Estados Unidos duerme arrebujado bajo el puente fronterizo sobre el río Tijuana, en El Bordo, en la esquina más al norte de México, al lado de la frontera. Crédito: Daniela Pastrana /IPS
FeaturedInternationalNational

Migrants Deported from the U.S. in Limbo on the Mexican Border

Inter Press Service, Daniela Pastrana For El Hispanic News TIJUANA, Mexico – The areas under the low bridges over a section of the canalised channel of the Tijuana River that runs along the border between Mexico and the United States have become enormous open-air toilets. Along the entire two-km stretch …

Share
Read more 0 Comments
Rickerby_c
Entertainment

H5 Rickerby Hinds, Honduran Hip Hop Hero

By Olga Sanchez Saltveit, El Hispanic News A 13-year-old boy arrives from Honduras.  Who would have imagined he would grow up to become Professor Rickerby Hinds, teaching theatre at the University of California, Riverside? After the untimely death of his father, Thomas Hinds, his mother left for the US with …

Share
Read more 0 Comments
Surviving 500x279_web
FeaturedInternationalOUR History

Surviving ‘La Bestia’ – A High School Freshman Recalls His Journey to the U.S.

South Kern Sol / New America Media, Daniel Jimenez for El Hispanic News Editor’s Note: José, a 14-year-old Guatemalan American high school freshman in Kern County, Calif., describes the journey he took to come to the United States when he was eight years old. BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — The worst thing …

Share
Read more 0 Comments
Directory powered by Business Directory Plugin