Author: Ester Ceja

Gutierrez for Idaho Supreme Court Justice! 0

Gutierrez for Idaho Supreme Court Justice!

  The most important race in the Idaho Primary on Tuesday, May 17th is the open seat in the Idaho Supreme Court.  Four candidates are running to replace Judge Jim Jones: Robyn Brody practices law in...

Maria Sanchez 0

Good Luck Maria Sanchez!

The 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada is bound to be an exciting time for Idaho soccer fans, especially Mexican soccer fans! Maria Sanchez, native Idahoan from American Falls was named to Mexico’s Women’s World Cup team. Good luck...

Loretta Lynch 0

Loretta Lynch… Justice

After a long delay, Loretta Lynch was confirmed Thursday, April 23, as the first African-American woman to serve as U.S. Attorney General. A Harvard Law graduate, Loretta first joined the U.S. Attorney’s Office in...

Survey results reflect the Hispanic community’s concern with climate change 0

Survey results reflect the Hispanic community’s concern with climate change

A January 2015 survey conducted by Stanford University, the New York Times, and Resources for the Future, a non-profit organization, reveals that Hispanics are more likely than non-Hispanic whites to view global warming as...

0

RNC not interested in the Latino vote

The Republican National Committee’s (RNC) actions on Friday, January 16, confirm the party’s rejection of the Latino vote and its importance in winning the White House. The Huffington Post reports that Univisión, the largest Spanish-speaking network, which...

The state of the latino family survey results 0

The state of the latino family survey results

The following article published in the Denver Post provides telling results of a nationwide survey conducted by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The Denver Post and Univision (television network) worked with the Kellogg Foundation to report...