Ana Lucía Murillo, Latino Rebels

Ana Lucía Murillo

Latino Rebels

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Past articles by Ana:

The State of Latino Political Power Heading Into the 2020 Election

Latino representation is still trailing far behind actual parity. Nine percent of the House is Latino, but Latinos represent 18 percent of the U.S. population. → Read More

#CleanUpRemezcla Collective Wants More After Limited Leadership Shakeup

A group of former and current contributors, as well as other Latinx journalists, has formed a collective that they say will continue to pressure the media company to change for the better. → Read More

Alternate Forms Of Activism And Taking Care While Fighting For Change

Many activists are staking claim to alternate forms of activism in light of the COVID-19 era. → Read More

Latino Census Response Lags as Coronavirus Spikes, Especially in Puerto Rico

WASHINGTON, D.C. — With just over three months to go in the self-response period, the Latino response rate for the 2020 Census is dragging. → Read More

Latino Businesses Are Fighting for Their Lives in the Nation’s Capital

A new report shows that the coronavirus pandemic has had a major negative effect on Latino-owned and Latino-serving businesses in the Washington, D.C. region. → Read More

Alternate Forms of Activism and Taking Care While Fighting For Change

Different forms of activism have played a large role in the current Black Lives Matter protests. → Read More

International Students in US Colleges May Be Forced Home, New ICE Guidance Says

International students whose colleges and universities opt to move classes completely online for the upcoming semester will not be allowed to stay in the country, according to ICE. → Read More

New Study Explores Why US Latinos Join ICE and Border Patrol

A new study found that most of the agents joined because they wanted a stable job, and didn’t see many other ways of getting one. → Read More

Sixteen-Year-Old’s Death at Nashville Construction Site Raises Questions About Worker Safety

Ramirez wasn’t wearing a harness at the time of his death, which advocates say is a sign of the cost-saving measures that contractors take that lead to exploitation, abuse and sometimes death. → Read More

Detainees Report Bloody Noses, Nausea From ICE Chemical Disinfectant Use

In recent weeks, immigrant advocacy organizations have raised the alarm about the use of toxic chemical disinfectants in cramped ICE facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

AOC Easily Wins Primary, Bringing New Progressives With Her

Tuesday’s primary elections in New York showed signs of a progressive Black and Latinx wave ahead of November’s general election. → Read More

Protests Follow Police Killing of Andrés Guardado in L.A. County

Guardado was pronounced dead at the scene, according to the LA County Sheriff’s department’s statement on the matter. The incident is now under investigation. → Read More

DREAMers Celebrate SCOTUS Decision, Vowing to Continue Fight for Immigration Reform

DREAMers celebrated what was an unexpected victory in a majority conservative court. → Read More

Reward Increased for Information Concerning Missing Latina Soldier

The case has been widely reported about in local media in Texas, and was brought to national attention in part by Salma Hayek, who posted a picture of herself on Instagram over the weekend holding … → Read More

Black Students Organize on Instagram to Call Out Racism

Even while the coronavirus pandemic has pushed them off campus, Black students at high schools and universities across the country are finding creative ways to call out racism within their communit… → Read More

County Official Apologizes for Offensive Spanish-Language Social Distancing Poster

County Executive Officer Mike Powers issued apologies on the county’s English and Spanish Facebook pages, → Read More

Anxiously Awaiting a Supreme Court DACA Decision in the Middle of a Pandemic and a National Uprising

The court is currently set to make a decision by the end of June. → Read More

How Univision and Telemundo Are Covering the Protests

The top providers of Spanish-language content in the United States have been facing criticism from some on social media due to their news coverage of the recent protests against police brutality. → Read More

Community and Immigrant Rights Leaders Speak Up in Wake of Protests Over Police Killings

Several focused on how anti-Blackness is still prevalent among Latinos → Read More

Our Streets, Our Stories – Doctors, New Moms, Amazon Employees, And Other Neighbors Share Their COVID-19 Stories in Local Oral History Archive

During this unprecedented time, the Brooklyn Public Library is asking residents to contribute to its local oral history archive,... → Read More