On Friday, Daily Chela contributor Abraham Marquez spoke with Fox Sports about his recent column on Kaleb Canales, the NBA’s first Mexican American head...
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Canales’s success laid the foundation for future coaches, but highlights the accomplishment of prior coaches.
California and Texas are different, but not necessarily because of ideology.
Celebrating Mexican American culture is one thing. But what about using government trademark laws to crowd out legitimate Mexican American businesses?
Chicanos have a long history of mobilizing on behalf of their rights and liberties.
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The struggle to remove a Columbus statue in Chula Vista highlights the importance of Chicano solidarity in the modern day fight for Indigenous sovereignty.
Almost 25 years since passing Prop 209, Californians are again thinking of reversing it.
The efforts and contributions of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg have enabled tremendous strides for the Latino community.
As of September 1, over 5,300 immigrants have tested positive for COVID-19. Some of them were deported to countries such as Guatemala, Haiti and El Salvador.
Across Latin America, women are being killed by the very people they are being forced to quarantine with.
The Playas de Tijuana mural project seeks to contextualize the immigrant experience.
From the Chicano Moratorium to the GOP Convention, here is your weekly roundup in the world of politics and culture.
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Ron Rivera, who is entering his first year as a head coach for Washington, has been tasked with fixing what his predecessors couldn't. Will he succeed?
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The team behind "Migrimap" hopes it is the first step in creating similar databases for other cities along the border.
From Iran to Hamilton to Dr. Fauci, here is your weekly roundup of notable events.
Electoral College In a move tempering anti-democratic elements of the Electoral College, the Supreme Court ruled in Chiafalo vs. Washington that states...
37 professors have spoken out in what is being described as a biased name change process.
From Stonewall Riots leaders like Sylvia Rivera to War Veteran José Julio Sarria, these LGBTQ activists helped set the standard that everyone else would follow.
Despite a pandemic, Trump hasn't slowed his attacks on immigrants.
Defunding the police largely depends on who you ask.
On Saturday, more protests rocked the nation in response to the death of George Floyd, who was murdered by a Minneapolis police officer last week. The police...
The conditions of incarceration in the U.S. remain inconsistent with public health guidance during COVID-19.
Trump downplayed the coronavirus, and now he wants voters to forget about it.
In wake of COVID-19, it’s time for the U.S and Cuba to put the past behind them and work together.
Who said one person can't make a difference?
When it comes to race, the census has undergone numerous changes over the past 200 years.
Safer at Home? Stay at Home? Who really tells small businesses what to do when things hit the fan?
COVID-19 is the opportunity Trump has been waiting for to advance his agenda.
As COVID-19 spreads, immigrants are putting themselves at an increased risk for fear of deportation.
Trump didn't just launch a war on undocumented immigrants. He launched a war against legal immigration too.
The 4-1 vote will bring the total capacity to 2,690 immigrants.
32 million Latinos are eligible to vote in November's upcoming general election, and a lot of them are unhappy.
The Pac will utilize both traditional and digital media to mobilize Latino voters.
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Castro was a vocal proponent of police and gun reform.
Chuco Moreno remains one of the most prominent Chicano tattoo artists on the West Coast.
According to Census Bureau projections, Latinos are set to become the second largest voting bloc in a presidential election for the first time, surpassing...
According to the Los Angeles Times, the Trump Administration will now send asylum seekers to Honduras in an effort to prevent them from reapplying in the U.S...
It isn't the first time the Castro campaign has used Chicano imagery.
According to a troubling poll by Pew Research, Republicans are growing increasingly in favor of expanding presidential power. In total, 43 percent of...
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One of the areas Trump is looking to crackdown on is Skid Row in Los Angeles, which federal authorities toured earlier this month.