Nation’s Oldest and Largest Latino Civil Rights Organization Remembers Champion of Grassroots Organizing and Building Coalitions To Achieve Positive Social Change Continue reading LULAC Mourns The Passing Of Rick Dovalina, Civil Rights Leader And Former National President
Pedro Gomez, an ESPN reporter since 2003 and one of the country’s foremost baseball journalists, died unexpectedly Sunday. He was 58.
By Raul A. Reyes for NBC News
2020 has been a year marked by grief and loss, but it is in the spirit of remembrance, not sadness, that we highlight the lives of several Latinos we said goodbye to this year. From Hollywood to Washington, from academia to the armed forces, these are just a few of our “familia” who enriched our communities, our lives and our nation before leaving us.
Nation’s Leading Latino Civil Rights Organization Says the Argentinian D10S Inspired Millions Worldwide
Continue reading LULAC Remembers Diego Maradona, Latino Soccer Star
His blend of American folk, Latin and rockabilly music captivated listeners worldwide. His secret: arrangements that people could dance to. He died of Covid-19.
Mexican actor Raymundo Capetillo has died at the age of 76, according to an announcement made by “Extensión Cultural INBAL,” a Mexican government Twitter account.Continue reading Mexican actor Raymundo Capetillo dies at 76 after reported hospitalization with COVID-19
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- KOB 4 has confirmed that author Rudolfo Anaya has died. Anaya is best known for his novel, Bless Me, Ultima, and considered one of the most revered authors of Chicano literature. Continue reading Famed Chicano author Rudolfo Anaya dies at age 82
Navajo Code Talker Roy Hawthorne, who used his native language as an uncrackable code during World War II, died Saturday. Continue reading WWII Navajo Code Talker Roy Hawthorne Sr. dies in Arizona at 92