Day of the Dead celebration honors Maryland COVID-19 victims

People in Maryland, including those without legal immigration status, prepare to celebrate Day of the Dead after losing loved ones to COVID-19 in the U.S. and Mexico. Over 1 million people have died from COVID-19 in the two countries.

Immigration is Key Issue in Primary, Especially Among GOP Voters

As Maryland’s international population grows, some reach out, others worry

UNDOCUMENTED FALLOUT: Local woman lives in constant fear of deportation

Last month Immigration and Customs Enforcement began conducting raids in local latino communities, now people are returning to their daily routines.

A Twitter Trend Sparks Cultural Conversation in Midst of Immigration Debate

Immigration remains a popular debate topic on the political circuit, but social media conversations suggest that presidential hopefuls and the Latin-American community equally fail to identify with the Latino culture.

Maryland Lawmakers Form State’s First Latino Caucus

Five delegates and one state senator recently joined together to announce the creation of the General Assembly’s first ever Latino Caucus.

Annapolis Roundup

A roundup of briefs on recent happenings in Annapolis.