The Latino Art Project is a Little Rock-based agency that showcases the work of Hispanic artists like muralist José Hernández.
The Senate Education Committee has approved a bill that would permit DACA recipients to become licensed teachers in the state of Arkansas.
Legislation that would allow bilingual education in schools is one of two bills impacting immigrants approved by the House yesterday.
In this episode, we discuss the impact of the state’s new stand your ground law on minorities, and the possibility of legislators approving a hate crimes bill.
Esperanza Massana-Crane is the new director of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission’s Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Division.
New policies implemented by President Joe Biden’s administration will impact Arkansas immigrants and refugees.
A ‘stand your ground’ bill has passed the Arkansas Senate and now heads to the Arkansas House Judiciary Committee.
HWOA is hosting a live, virtual watch party for the inauguration. The watch party will be followed by a live forum called The Arkansas Latino Vote.
Arkansas teachers are continuing to learn new platforms and adapt to teaching remotely amid the pandemic.
The report includes 27 recommendations for police reform including enhancing accountability for excessive force and increasing annual mandatory bias training.