Justice in Exile

Mexico’s drug war is often presented in the Mexican and U.S. media as a battle among government forces and the drug cartels. Seldom do […]

The Participation Divide: Separate and Unequal in Digital Media?

Kimberly Ellis, a Pittsburgh-based scholar and social media guru, was a tech-savvy young girl who picked up coding easily but was never taught how […]

The Participation Divide: Separate and Unequal in Digital Media?

Kimberly Ellis, a Pittsburgh-based scholar and social media guru, was a tech-savvy young girl who picked up coding easily but was never taught how […]

The Participation Divide: Separate and Unequal in Digital Media?

Kimberly Ellis, a Pittsburgh-based scholar and social media guru, was a tech-savvy young girl who picked up coding easily but was never taught how […]

Librotraficante

When ethnic studies programs in Tucson public high schools were eliminated earlier this year, books in the curricula, including many by notable Latino writers, […]

Texas’ Fracking Disclosure Law Falls Short, Critics Say

[Ed. note: This story was published in the March issue of the Observer.] For those who want the truth, the whole truth, and nothing […]

Prescription for Profit

On March 1, Texas ushered in a bold new system to repay pharmacies for their Medicaid customers’ prescriptions. Used to be, Texas reimbursed all […]

Librotraficante

The Librotraficante Caravan returned books by notable Latino writers to those protesting the end of ethnic studies in Tucson public high schools.