By Lysandra Marquez | Sept. 28, 2017
TEMPE -Sexual assault. S.B. 1070. Cultural Identity.
By Lysandra Marquez | Sept. 25, 2017
PHOENIX — Dance has long been considered a physical form of socialization and fun.
By Lysandra Marquez | Sept. 22, 2017
SCOTTSDALE — Nearly three days after a devastating 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit central Mexico, efforts to find victims trapped in the rubble and help survivors continue.
By Lysandra Marquez | Sept. 15, 2017
PHOENIX – To community members and Valley residents who gathered at First Church UCC to discuss ‘white privilege,’ the topic is no black and white matter.
By Andrea Jaramillo Valencia and Lysandra Marquez | Sept. 14, 2017
PHOENIX — In a case that seems to be about he said/she said/he said, one thing is for sure: DREAMers say they are still not clear on the potential future of the program that allows them to stay in the United States.
By Lysandra Marquez | Sept. 8, 2017
CHANDLER – The moon was still visible when close to a dozen Valley residents gathered at a gas station in Chandler. They were about to begin their long drive toward Houston, Texas, to deliver supplies and aid to the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
By Lysandra Marquez | Sept. 7, 2017
TEMPE — A film about a young Latina in Los Angeles torn between her personal ambitions and her conservative family’s expectations opens the door to a conversation about the need for the authentic portrayal of Latinas in film.
By Lysandra Marquez | Sept. 1, 2017
PHOENIX — Through DACA, Lili Sanchez has been able to obtain work as a licensed real estate agent and provide for her two young children. The fate of her profession and source of income now rests entirely in the hands of President Donald Trump. If the program is repealed, Sanchez will have few options left and will have to start from zero again.
By Angelica Cabral | Aug. 31, 2017
PHOENIX — In a waiting game full of anxiety and uncertainty, thousands of DACA recipients in Arizona are waiting to see if the Trump administration will rescind the program that has allowed them to stay legally in the country they call home.
By Maria Esquinca and Andrea Jaramillo | Aug. 30, 2017
YUMA, Ariz. – Nestor Alaniz didn’t get a permit to build a well in his mother’s backyard, and he didn’t get it inspected.
By Lysandra Marquez | Aug. 25, 2017
PHOENIX — A local nonprofit provided much-needed resources and training for aspiring Latino bloggers Wednesday evening at Compass Business Solutions in downtown Phoenix. Collectivo’s mission is to provide networking opportunities specifically catering to Latinos.
By Anthony Marroquin | March 27, 2017
WASHINGTON - Daniel Restrepo admits that he may have gotten politically complacent while President Barack Obama was in office, years in which he felt that "the march of progress was always this steady constant thing."