Jorge Ramos Interview with Barbara Walters. Most important moments of TAKE A STAND; LESSONS FROM REBELS” in three minutes.
Jorge Ramos Interview with Spike Lee. Most important moments of TAKE A STAND; LESSONS FROM REBELS” in three minutes.
Jorge Ramos interview with George Perez. Most important moments of “TAKE A STAND; LESSONS FROM REBELS” in three minutes.
Jorge Ramos Interview with Barack Obama. Most important moments of TAKE A STAND; LESSONS FROM REBELS” in three minutes.
Jorge Ramos talks to President Barack Obama about immigration (2008 & 2014)
The notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman may be locked up (again), but it would be naive to assume that his recapture will significantly improve the well-being of more than 120 million Mexicans.
When the plane’s doors opened after we landed in Des Moines, a frigid draft blew through the cabin. I checked the temperature on my phone: zero degrees Fahrenheit. As someone born in Mexico and tempered in Florida, I felt almost frozen.
I don’t know exactly how we got here, but rather than discussing the influence that Hispanic voters can wield in the upcoming presidential election or how lawmakers can pass commonsense immigration legislation, we’re back to focusing on deportations in America.
Sometimes those of us who live outside Cuba forget that the country remains a dictatorship. But for the 11 million people living on the island, forgetting is impossible — they live the consequences every day.
The children of immigrants in America tend to take on two responsibilities: They care for their immigrant parents, and they care for other immigrants as if they were their own parents. That has been a noble American tradition for over two centuries. Few things are sadder or more treacherous than closing the door to immigrants who came after us, which is what some U.S. presidential candidates want to do.