lunes, noviembre 30, 2020

Amid growing coronavirus threat, Mexico’s president says he’s putting trust in good-luck charms

In recent weeks, as Mexico’s neighbors to the north and south have restricted air travel and closed schools and businesses to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has nonchalantly portrayed his country as...

ICE Agents Are Gearing Up To Raid Homes During Coronavirus Lockdowns

As cities around the United States are closing schools and non-essential businesses, U.S. populations are encouraged to either stay at home and limit public. Cities like San Francisco, New York City, Chicago, and Seattle are...

Call for Submissions: The 2020 Restless Books Prize for New Immigrant Writing

Submissions are open for the 2020 Restless Books Prize for New Immigrant Writing. Now in its fifth year, the prize will award $10,000 and publication to a debut work of fiction by a first-generation immigrant. The...

Tijuana and Puebla benefited most from earnings sent from abroad last year

Residents of Tijuana, Baja California, received more money in remittances sent home by Mexicans living abroad in 2019 that those of any other municipality, according to a report by the bank BBVA. Completed by the...

The new mandatory H-1B electronic registration system for fiscal year 2021 opened yesterday

H-1B season has officially kicked off! The new mandatory H-1B electronic registration system for fiscal year 2021 opened yesterday at noon ET on March 1, 2020 and will remain open until noon ET on March 20, 2020. In order to...

The Consulate General of Mexico in San Diego and the Metropolitan Area Advisory Committee...

Carlos González Gutiérrez, Consul General of Mexico in San Diego, and Arnulfo Manríquez, President and CEO of MAAC, signed a Memorandum of Understanding to formalize their partnership in order to promote, raise funds and...

California, 22 other states sue U.S. over Trump auto emissions rules

A group of 23 states on Friday sued to undo the Trump administration’s determination that federal law bars California from setting stiff tailpipe emission standards and zero-emission vehicle mandates. The states, led by California and...

San Diego Opera’s 2019-2020 Season Opens with Verdi’s masterpiece Aida

Verdi’s beloved opera Aida opens San Diego Opera’s 2019-2020 season in an entirely new theatrical performance utilizing set elements, costumes, lighting, and featuring the San Diego Symphony and San Diego Opera chorus onstage, alongside some of...

The Democratic Candidates Did Nothing To Appeal To Hispanic Voters

Perhaps the most notable feature of the Democratic presidential debate in Houston on Thursday was what the candidates did not say about Latin America, immigration, asylum and border security. This was in stark contrast...

How California got its name

 Anything donning the name “California” may very well owe its namesake to a 16th century Spanish romance novel and a fantastical island populated with women and gold. “It’s out of Spanish literature, no doubt about...

Our community is resilient, but we are hurting

Our words carry power to heal and to unite. Our words may carry hate just as it may carry love. We chose love. Our love is active. When we drop water at the desert...

Trump admin official says ICE ready to deport around 1 million undocumented immigrants

Immigration officials are set to deport approximately one million immigrants who entered the United States illegally, according to a Trump administration official. Ken Cuccinelli, former Virginia attorney general and acting director of the U.S. Citizenship...