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Young Salvadoran father faces deportation and extreme danger if sent back home

It was 5 a.m. when Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raided Willian’s home where he…

President Nayib Bukele’s war on the Salvadoran working class begins

In the middle of the night on Sept. 17, a masked group of men armed…

As immigrants, our greatest dream is the American Dream

Editor’s note: Alejandra is an intern at El Tecolote and a student at International High…

Salvadoran eatery at threat with $3,000 rent hike

When Alba Guerra’s new landlord broke the news to her that her monthly rent would…

Take it from a first generation Central American: your voice matters

Pasa La Pluma is a new kind of column, envisioned by Acción Latina’s Gabriela Alemán…

200,000 Salvadorans in jeopardy after latest Trump attack on immigrants

Standing and rallying in front of San Francisco’s Federal Building on Jan. 5, Carmen Guardado…

Despite what racists have told you, most Salvadorans aren’t in gangs

When my family moved to the East Bay in the 1990s, I had a tendency…

Author imagines life of Óscar Romero as children’s book

Based on the life of Archbishop Óscar Arnulfo Romero (1917-1980), the new children’s book  “Telegrams…

U.S. Govt. cancels protections for Nicoyas sparking fears of deportation

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced on Nov. 6 it’s intention to terminate Temporary…

Immigrant coach receives prestigious soccer award

A dedicated father, and youth soccer coach to nearly 600 kids throughout his career, Riccardo…