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From the year of the refugee to the year of the community

And so we stand -eager, hopeful- on the verge of 2016, with the Latino community, our readers and the groups that serve them. And we will continue to do so in this year to come. We wish you a very, very Happy New Year!

‘Mosquita y Mari’ is about us

”Mosquita y Mari” is a project that takes an extra step forward, attempting to show the reality inside the Latino community that is not shown everyday. Not an absolute reality, but one that is sensitive, intimate. This is where it needs our help.

Federal Government to Combat Immigration Scams

Immigration attorney Aggie R. Hoffman answers questions about immigrating to the United States from those submitted by the readers of HispanicLA.

The L.A. Film Festival Welcomes the International Spotlight

The Los Angeles Film Festival is focusing their International Spotlight this year on Cuba. Four sensational films have been selected ranging with different Cuban related themes, each having the beautiful and mysterious Cuba in common.

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Estoy de acuerdo con el candidato Joe Biden. Y ahora, el presidente Joe Biden debe cumplir su promesa electoral. La regla de “carga pública” debe irse

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From the year of the refugee to the year of the community

And so we stand -eager, hopeful- on the verge of 2016, with the Latino community, our readers and the groups that serve them. And we will continue to do so in this year to come. We wish you a very, very Happy New Year!

‘Mosquita y Mari’ is about us

”Mosquita y Mari” is a project that takes an extra step forward, attempting to show the reality inside the Latino community that is not shown everyday. Not an absolute reality, but one that is sensitive, intimate. This is where it needs our help.

Federal Government to Combat Immigration Scams

Immigration attorney Aggie R. Hoffman answers questions about immigrating to the United States from those submitted by the readers of HispanicLA.

The L.A. Film Festival Welcomes the International Spotlight

The Los Angeles Film Festival is focusing their International Spotlight this year on Cuba. Four sensational films have been selected ranging with different Cuban related themes, each having the beautiful and mysterious Cuba in common.