Articles By Raquel Reichard

Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno “Jokes” That Women Only Report Violence if Their Attacker Is Ugly

El Paso Shooting Suspect Charged With Federal Hate Crimes for Attack Targeting Latinos

5 Galentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Your Mejor Amigas

You Can Venmo Someone for “Heroin” & an “AK-47” but Not a “Cuban Sandwich”

ICE Agents Shoot Latino Man in the Face as He Tried to Stop a Deportation Arrest

In Spanish-Language Response to State of the Union, Rep Veronica Escobar Emphasized the State of Latinos

Meet Veronica Escobar, the Texas Congresswoman Delivering the State of the Union Rebuttal in Spanish

Risking Arrest, Former Bolivian President Evo Morales Expresses Interest in Running for Parliament

Activists Place “Kids in Cages” Installation Throughout Des Moines Amid Iowa Caucus

Afro-Latina Journalist Gwen Ifill Is Being Memorialized With a US Postal Service Stamp

As Puerto Rico Struggles With Rising Femicides, an Art Series Remembers Those Killed in 2019

Sandra Cisneros Calls Critics of Highly Controversial ‘American Dirt’ Novel “Exagerados”

Mother & 3 Kids Lost in a Peru Jungle for 34 Days Were Rescued by an Indigenous Group

Bolivia’s Rare ‘Glass Frogs’ Seen for the First Time in Almost Two Decades

Cuban Immigrant Becomes Second Person to Die in ICE Custody in 2020