Native Colombians and those by heritage, along with other Latinos, came together to celebrate their culture, reports El Diario/La Prensa.
Colombian artist Lina Montoya, aka Ele Eme, puts in effort, energy, and creativity to highlight the unexplored beauty – both material and human – of Staten Island, reports El Diario/La Prensa.
As Zika cases rise, the NYC Department of Health is launching a new campaign to urge pregnant women or women who are trying to become pregnant, and their partners, to defer travel to Zika-affected areas.
The Queens Council on the Arts series Wordfeast concluded July 1 with a presentation by Peruvian writer and Astoria resident Santiago Antúnez de Mayolo, with help from Peruvian singer Sara Van.
The Peruvian community celebrated its third national parade in Jackson Heights, as part of the International Peruvian Festival, boasting more attendance and folkloric groups than ever, Queens Latino reports.
Although Colombians in New York want peace in their native country, they do not agree with the government allowing the guerrillas to go without charges, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
New York community leaders and delegates from Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa’s government will travel to Washington on Monday in hopes that the Obama administration will listen to their plea two months after the devastating earthquake in Ecuador, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Hundreds of Ecuadoreans demonstrated in front of the Lower Manhattan immigration offices to request Temporary Protected Status for their compatriots, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Queens Tribune looks at the growth of the Guyanese community in South Queens, and how the second largest immigrant group in the borough has shaped the region.
Olga Armas – a resident of Elizabeth, New Jersey, and an undocumented immigrant – is at the center of the media spotlight after she wrote an opinion column for The New York Times, Reporte Hispano reports.
Ecuadorean immigrants still working to help their loved ones affected by the quake say that TPS would help the country overcome the present emergency, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Groups have formed spontaneously in many parts of the tri-state area to support the Ecuadorean quake victims, El Diario/La Prensa and Reporte Hispano report.
Supporters and opponents of Dilma Rousseff squared off in protests near the U.N. on April 22, as the president of Brazil, facing impeachment, addressed the international session being held to sign the climate agreement.
Ecuadoreans living in the New York area offered an outpouring of support to the victims of the earthquake back home, to the point of overwhelming the consulate, El Diario/La Prensa and Queens Latino report.
Queens Latino interviews the Jackson Heights-based director of “H.O.M.E.,” an award-winning movie featuring a New York Latino teenager with Asperger’s syndrome.