Half a century later, the Vietnam War still bedevils and divides us in a way few events in our collective history and conscience have.
In 1955, Emmett Till was brutally beaten, shot in the head, and sank in a river by white men. When his body was found days later, it was unrecognizable.
While DACA was not the comprehensive immigration reform we needed, it allowed dreams to come true, thanks to President Obama taking the initiative.
Hurricanes, wildfires and earthquakes – is the Federal Emergency Management Agency ready for the new era of disasters?
Hurricanes Katrina, Ike, Harvey, and now Irma are cautionary examples of how a city that is convinced it is resilient may not be at all.
For many, the effects of Hurricane Harvey were traumatic, and the toll these experiences take on a person’s mental health can be tremendous.
The bottom line is we must take action to create a culture of health where Latino and all families can live, learn, work, and play better.
The U.S. Virgin Islands – the place where I was born and where I grew up – have been badly damaged by Hurricane Irma, and the people there are suffering.
Why restore what’s been swept away, flooded, or incinerated when the odds of another hurricane or conflagration is so high?
On that fateful day in 2001, Texans now in Congress were scattered across Washington, D.C. in buildings feared as potential targets for a terrorist attack.