Jorge Ramos went inside the nation’s largest migrant child detention center. The Homestead shelter, located in rural South Florida, is a for-profit facility where business is booming.
Don’t blink or you might miss Beto O’Rourke. The presidential candidate has made it his mission to visit as many people and places as he can, even live-streaming en route to each event. Jorge Ramos caught up with him in Vegas
Who has the right to patrol our borders and enforce our laws? With the growing immigrant crisis, that’s at the heart of a battle between the State of New Mexico, Border Patrol and a rogue militia group.
Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a war on the Trump The White House and is now taking his battle overseas to El Salvador, where he’s establishing his own foreign policy as an answer to failing U.S. leadership.
When ICE comes to town everything changes. Just ask O’Neill, Nebraska. In August, more than 100 undocumented workers were arrested and the community was torn apart. What happens now?
So what exactly is democratic socialism and how closely does it resemble traditional socialism? Well, that depends on whom you ask. Jorge Ramos looks at both sides of the socialism debate and how it’s creating a political divide among 2020 voters.
National award-winning writer Sandra Cisneros has become one of the most prominent Latina authors. But, finding her own voice was her biggest challenge. She shares words of wisdom in hopes of inspiring others
We’ve seen the video of migrant families huddled at the border seeking asylum, but what happens when they reach the other side? Paola Mendoza, an activist and film director, introduces us to the San Diego shelter helping to take their first steps towards a new life.
This week on Real America, Jorge Ramos travels to San Antonio, Texas to chat with Julián Castro, a HUD Secretary in the Obama administration seeking to become the first Latino president of the United States.
The nation is seeing a surge in teacher walkouts that started last February with educators in West Virginia. Since then, there have been strikes in Arizona, California, Colorado, Kentucky, North Carolina and Oklahoma demanding for pay increases, smaller class sizes and more support staff.