Given the political stakes as well as the stakes for Latino families, Democratic leaders must do better.
The area’s culture revolves around a good pastry and coffee from the diverse selection of bakeries, many of which draw inspiration from the Caribbean and Latin America.
Some executives say corporate boards have often overlooked qualified women and nonwhite people. That may be changing.
Readers react to a guest essay that was critical of the remake of the movie. Also: Newark’s homeless; helping grieving children
Eight not-to-be-missed shows offer scores of creators and local art traditions from New York, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, Mexico and South America.
Two reports shed light on the issues driving Hispanic voters and why their support of the Democratic Party is eroding.
Eight people were killed when a tornado struck a Mayfield Consumer Products building. Now, amid acrimony over whether managers could have done more to keep employees safe, there is worry about lost jobs.
For her first show as a sole creator, Calderón Kellett writes love stories for a family that looks a lot like her own.
The two actresses explain what the new “West Side Story” gets right, what the original lacked and why playing the role they’re both known for is so gut-wrenching.
Republicans see an opportunity. Democrats have a lot of work to do.
We need the resources to craft our own stories, not more accurate retellings of narratives that weren’t even meant for us.
The sweet, fried dough is a common street food year-round, but the dessert is especially popular during the Christmas season.
The whys of American politics have much more to do with the ever-changing currents of race, religion and economic production than they do with political messaging.
The department said the state’s redistricting plan would violate the Voting Rights Act by discriminating against minority voters.
So far, the data remains mixed. And the defection of Ryan Guillen, a Texas state lawmaker, to the G.O.P. may not have been driven solely by ideology.
The actress, also featured in “In the Heights” and on the series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” discusses her lead role as Mirabel in the latest Disney animated film.
The relative decline of whites in the population does not guarantee racial progress.
In Boston, setting a goal for a racially diverse construction work force is one thing. Meeting it has proved more difficult.
Liberals have to forge an effective counterattack on race.
The Dominican American comic hopes to broaden the way Latinos are represented in comedy. She’s finally getting her chance.
For those pushing for changes in society on race and other issues, words matter. They can also muddle.
The contest to fill a vacant State House seat in South Texas has exposed the vulnerabilities of a Democratic stronghold.
The Rev. Luis Urriza arrived in Beaumont, Texas, nearly 70 years ago and founded the thriving Cristo Rey parish. His religious order has now called him back to Spain.
A warrior princess, an enchanted family and a kinkajou musician are changing how Latino stories are told — at least in animation.
The Young Lords took over Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx on July 14, 1970. Their demand? Accessible, quality health care for all.
Young Hispanic people on Twitter are sharing memes reminiscent of childhood, heritage and assimilation.
Set in the Bronx, the new PBS Kids’ show from Sonia Manzano, who played Maria on “Sesame Street,” promotes diversity and critical thinking.
Rather than trying to make significant gains in the state, where Democrats have been increasingly ascendant in recent years, Republicans appear to be trying to bolster their existing congressional delegation.
Some Black and Hispanic millennials are looking to alternatives like real estate or entrepreneurship, or to trading stock on their own.
The idea of always playing defense and never offense is, well, offensive.
As long as schools brag about their low admission rates, campus diversity initiatives will always be about tweaking around the edges.
As Gov. Gavin Newsom faces a recall election, he has struggled to connect with Hispanic voters, who make up nearly a third of the electorate.
Fifty years ago, the Pittsburgh Pirates started a game using only Black and Latino players. It was a first in the National or the American League, and it still manages to stand out.
The census should collect data about race. But we should stop obsessing over it.
Nearly one in seven Americans now has diabetes, a record rate. The condition also raises the risk of severe illness after coronavirus infection.
More low-wage employees want opportunities to grow. Big companies are making more promises to help them.
A series of studies in an influential medical journal takes a close look at longstanding gaps in medical care.
Families across the country have grown more diverse. A design change in the census form also allowed the government to report people’s identity in greater detail.
Roselyn Sánchez leads this Fox reboot of the beloved ABC series, playing a grandniece of Ricardo Montalbán’s white-suited steward of a mystical isle.
Bigotry and discrimination have not killed the American dream for all groups.
A new policy will increase representation of Black and Latino students in the prestigious public schools, which serve as a gateway to elite colleges.
A number of new organizations aim to digitally connect patients with mental health providers who value and understand different cultures.
His appointment to a federal energy panel will test his pledge to protect minority communities from environmental hazards.
A yearslong challenge for the left was starkly illustrated this week as its hopes faded in the New York mayor’s race.
While party leaders have long worried about the discriminatory effects of such laws, many now see other restrictive voting measures pushed by Republicans as a more urgent threat.
Students at Coronado High School, near San Diego, threw the tortillas at players from the predominantly Latino Orange Glen High School on Saturday.
In the Rio Grande Valley, it is people’s exposure to death and disease, not offers of free beer or million-dollar prizes, that is driving vaccine rates higher.
The birthrate is falling for American women in their 20s, especially in places where the local economy is booming.
Since the film’s release last week, there have been complaints about the lack of dark-skinned Afro-Latino actors in prominent roles.
Deaths in Santa Clara County, Calif., highlight a terrible disparity of the pandemic: Covid-19 killed many Hispanic Americans at younger ages.