James E. Garcia, Latino Rebels

James E. Garcia

Latino Rebels

Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Past articles by James:

‘Driving While Brown’ and Arizona’s Latino Resistance

Highlighting personal experiences is a common rhetorical device journalists use to report big, complex stories in a way that makes them easier to digest. Terry Greene Sterling and Jude Joffe-Block … → Read More

OPINION: Biden May Not Regret Leaving Afghanistan, But I Do

While many pundits and politicians are focused on who’s to blame for this still unfolding debacle, it’s critically important that we not short shift the dark reality that is about to be… → Read More

OPINION: The Closing Act of George Floyd’s Story Hasn’t Been Written Yet

I’d like to believe that the Black Lives Matter marches against police brutality that erupted a year ago in the U.S. and around the world in the wake of George Floyd’s murder by a Minneapolis polic… → Read More

OPINION: This Time, at Least, the System Got It Right

It was the only logical and moral conclusion, and still it seemed almost unimaginable. → Read More

OPINION: Our Perennial Sin

In order for supremacy to work, “the other,” as academics remind us, have to be judged inferior and culturally invisible. → Read More

Domestic Terrorists and GOP’s Leaders Nationwide Have Voting Rights in Their Sights (OPINION)

Let’s not forget what inspired the events of January 6: the false claim by Trump and others that Democrats stole the 2020 presidential election and a years-long organized push by the Republican Par… → Read More

What’s the Post-Pandemic Catch-Up Plan, Especially for Students of Color?

It’s still dangerous as hell out there. → Read More

Trump and His Abettors Must Be Held Accountable (OPINION)

The list of those who deserved to be held accountable shouldn’t be confined to Trump and the violent thugs who stormed the Capitol. → Read More

Biden’s Not-So-Secret Superpower (OPINION)

America, where do we go from here? → Read More

Trump Must Resign Now (OPINION)

The president has failed miserably to live up to his oath of office, but never so blatantly as he did on Wednesday when he urged tens of thousands of supporters to march on the U.S. Capitol to reje… → Read More

Georgia Latino Voters Could Play Decisive Role in Senate Runoff Elections

Georgia is home to just over 1 million Latinos. → Read More

Will the Biden Administration ‘Look Like America’? (OPINION)

As much as I believe the people who run our government should look like the people they represent, I get that Biden’s promise won’t be easy to keep, even in the era of so-called racial reckoning.… → Read More

When Democracy Teeters (OPINION)

To deny how close this country came to the brink of disaster is to ignore the obvious. → Read More

How Latinos and Latinas Did in the 2020 Senate and House Races

While final data is still being gathered, experts say election results are expected to show that Latino voters turned out in record numbers nationwide. → Read More

The American Latino Renaissance (OPINION)

Latinos, COVID, and the rising Brown tide are driving Arizona’s blue wave. → Read More

Number of Latinos Killed by COVID-19 Nationwide Tops 44,500

Latinos and African Americans each account for 21.1 percent of all coronavirus victims nationwide, NPR reports. → Read More

The ‘Lucha Libre’ Presidential Debate

As to issues affecting the lives of average Latinos and most other Americans, the president insisted the economy is making a fast recovery, but his claims belie the facts. → Read More

Latino Leaders Honor Ginsburg’s Legacy

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in state in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda Friday, after lying in repose for two days at the Supreme Court where thousands paid homage to her. → Read More

Why Some Latinos Support Trump, and Why They Shouldn’t (OPINION)

Latinos have worked too hard and come too far as a people to let a master charlatan intent on usurping our democracy steal our destiny. → Read More

Poll Shows Biden With a Strong National Lead Over Trump Among Latino Voters

65 percent said they plan to vote for Biden as compared to 24 percent who support Trump. → Read More