LULAC Members Push For New Leadership Amid Immigration DebateThe oldest Latino civil rights organization in the U.S. is facing turmoil over its leader's initial support for President Trump's immigration plan, and it comes amid evolving membership.
Latino Civil Rights Site In Texas Named National TreasureA Texas building connected to the Mexican-American Civil Rights movement has been designated as a National Treasure and will share a grant in an effort to raise money for restore historic buildings damaged by last year's hurricanes.
Texas Lawmakers Closer To Ending Sanctuary City ProtectionsA tough new bill targeting sanctuary cities is a step closer to becoming law.
Some Civil Rights Sites At Risk Of Being Lost To HistoryFrom a Civil War battlefield where Hispanic Union soldiers fought to birthplaces of civil rights leaders, sites linked to the nation's struggle for racial equality are overlooked, neglected and absent from travel guides.
Supporters & Protestors Prepare For Trump RallyActivists on both ends of the political spectrum were getting ready Sunday night for Donald Trump's visit to Dallas.
New LULAC President Aims To End InfightingRoger Rocha, the newly elected president of the nation's largest and oldest Latino civil rights group, said that he hopes the desire for "unity" will end the group's recent infighting.
Dallas ISD Superintendent Mike Miles ResignsDallas Independent School District Superintendent Mike Miles has formally issued his resignation. Miles made the announcement during a morning news conference at DISD headquarters.
Texas Educator Back On Job, Cleared Of Abuse ClaimsA Houston educator has returned to work after school district police found he did not abuse four students who alleged they were hit.
LULAC Provides Holiday Meals For Seniors, Toys For ChildrenFor the ninth year in a row, the League of United Latin American Citizens hosted “Cena En El Barrio,” or dinner in the neighborhood to help people in need.
LULAC Sues Texas Over English In SchoolsAdvocacy groups filed a federal lawsuit against Texas, alleging that Hispanic English language learners are having their civil rights violated by not receiving adequate instruction.
Local Organizations Help Young Immigrants Seeking The American DreamBrought to the U.S. as a toddler, Jessica Barron learned early that her life would be severely limited by her immigration status. But for Barron, and others like her, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is like pouring rain on the seeds of withered dreams.
Teacher's Groups Say DISD Superintendent Should Be FiredProtestors lined up with at DISD headquarters armed with signs and chanting that it's time for Superintendent Mike Miles to go.