Noni Olabisi’s painting "To Protect and Serve"—perhaps the most controversial mural in Los Angeles in the past 80 years—features a positive depiction of the Black Panther Party and its contributions to the African-American community. Such information about the party's constructive role is nowhere to be found in school textbooks.
UPDATE: Turns out that publicly declaring that migrants from Mexico to the U.S. are almost all "rapists" and criminals prone to shepherding drugs across the border -- with a few as-yet-unconfirmed "good people" mixed in -- doesn't make for ideal neighborly relations.
The farmworkers who pick the produce that American consumers take for granted endure brutal conditions and impoverishment. They don’t want to take it anymore.
Scientists have spent days unearthing a mass grave containing the remains of unidentified migrants uncovered in Falfurrias, Texas.
Arizona is at it again. A controversial law governing ethnic studies programs has taken effect in the state. The first victim: the Tucson school district's Mexican-American program.
ICE raids -- federal officials who bust into rural factory towns to arrest suspected "illegal immigrants" -- continued this week in Laurel, Miss. The town of about 18,000 saw federal officials revise the number of people arrested in the raid to 595. It remained unknown whether the majority of detainees would serve jail time or be immediately deported.
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) showed off to Congress a model of an electric fence he designed for America's southern border. He said its nonlethal current works fine with barnyard animals.