LULAC Iowa News

August 22, 2021

Lawsuits challenging state voting restrictions could alter rules for 2022 midterms, 2024 presidential election

August 16, 2021

Excluded workers file complaint against Johnson County supervisor, Iowa City, county

August 13, 2021

2020 Census Reveals Increase In Iowa's Diversity

August 11, 2021

Iowa Latino Groups Take Action For Their Environments

August 3, 2021

LULAC asks Secretary of State to allow non-English voting materials

July 28, 2021

LULAC holding discussion about environment

July 20, 2021

Advocates target Iowa City as 'proving area' for grants to undocumented immigrant workers

June 13, 2021

Henry Vargas, Quad Cities civil rights leader, dies at 92

May 11, 2021

Introducing the Iowa Quad Cities Law Enforcement Community Partnership

April 9, 2021

Hinson visits border as government reports record unaccompanied children

March 31, 2021

Iowa Latino Leaders Address Long-Standing Issues At Capitol Event

March 10, 2021

National Latino civil rights group files lawsuit over new Iowa voting law

February 19, 2021

Marlen Mendoza starts Iowa City collective for Latina entrepreneurs

December 16, 2020

Leaders work on plans for COVID-19 awareness in underrepresented communities

September 25, 2020

Ottumwa U.S. Army soldier reported sexual abuse; family says allegations are being ignored

July 27, 2020

Military Sexual Assault Survivor Shares Her Story

July 11, 2020

Local vigil for Vanessa Guillen

April 20, 2020

Labor advocates plan nationwide meat boycott to promote workplace safety, calling effort 'Meatless May'

April 16, 2020

LULAC asks Iowa meat factories to prioritize workers' safety

April 14, 2020

Latinos' coronavirus deaths at meat processing plant raise alarms about worker safety

March 31, 2020

Iowa JBS workers tell advocates they're packed in too tight to stay safe from coronavirus

December 30, 2019

Competency evaluation ordered for Iowa woman accused of hitting two children with her car

November 1, 2019

Less than 100 days out from the 2020 caucuses, Democratic presidential hopefuls flock to Iowa

August 12, 2019

Advocates warn against sharing unconfirmed rumors of ICE raids

August 19, 2021

LULAC asks Iowa Supreme Court to clarify state's workers' compensation law

August 16, 2021

Population losses add to farm, ranch labor shortage

August 12, 2021

LULAC of Iowa weighs in on state work injury case

August 10, 2021

LULAC asks officials to offer voting materials in other languages

August 2, 2021

Johnson County expands General Assistance program, will no longer ask applicants' immigration status

July 28, 2021

Activistas acusan que la gobernadora de Iowa incita al odio con sus declaraciones contra los migrantes

July 19, 2021

Johnson County Coalition pushing county governments to distribute federal COVID funding

June 7, 2021

Can Biden Peel Back Iowa’s New Voter Suppression Laws?

April 22, 2021

Activists make demands for how they want Johnson County COVID relief money spent

April 8, 2021

'Not our problem': Gov. Reynolds declines request to house migrant children in Iowa

March 29, 2021

Ad Hoc Truth and Reconciliation Commission supports Excluded Workers Fund Coalition efforts

March 9, 2021

Latino civil rights group sues over Iowa's new election law, which cuts early and Election Day voting

January 28, 2021

LULAC and Univision offer COVID-19 vaccine information for Spanish speakers

December 16, 2020

Workers' advocates say Tyson Waterloo firings are "good first step" but more is needed

August 31, 2020

Democrats sue Iowa's secretary of state over his ban on pre-filled ballot request forms

July 24, 2020

Boycott Meat! PETA Latino and League of United Latin American Citizens Iowa Join Forces

June 18, 2020

KCCI Investigates: Who was involved in high-level conversations about COVID-19 outbreaks at meatpacking plants

April 19, 2020

Spike in COVID-19 cases in Iowa packing plants a big part of 389 new cases, state's largest single-day increase

April 16, 2020

Tyson plant in Waterloo latest to become source of COVID-19 outbreak

April 3, 2020

Complaint alleges JBS not protecting workers

January 27, 2020

How Will Thousands of Latinos in Iowa Be Greeted at ‘El Caucus’?

December 22, 2019

Woman charged in hit-and-run of Latina teen faces hate-crime charge in gas station disturbance

October 24, 2019

Bernie Sanders receives enthusiastic reception at Latino presidential town hall in Iowa

August 1, 2019

Muscatine native leads League of United Latin American Citizens

August 17, 2021

Iowa provides nearly $5 million to help producers with COVID-19 disposal costs for millions of hens, hogs

August 15, 2021

Growing, and growing more diverse: Some of the most interesting findings in the new census of Iowa

August 12, 2021

Workers left out of previous COVID relief, stimulus urge Iowa City to quickly make amends

August 7, 2021

IA Latino Group: Election Materials Shouldn't Be English-Only

July 29, 2021

Iowa Dems, LULAC accuse Gov. Reynolds of using fear to spread 'false border narrative'

July 26, 2021

Statewide Latino Advocacy Meeting To Address Environmental Issues

July 18, 2021

Iowa is getting ready to draw some lines

June 3, 2021

Henry Vargas, 92, was a Quad-City champion of social justice, worker rights

April 21, 2021

Johnson Co. organizations form coalition to get aid for immigrants, healthcare workers

March 31, 2021

Republican groups seek to join legal battle over Iowa election law that cuts early voting

March 21, 2021

Coronavirus illuminates inequities in Iowa as Latinos face missing paychecks

March 9, 2021

Iowa Sued By Top Dem Election Attorney, LULAC Over New Voting Law

January 22, 2021

Cedar Rapids woman takes her advocacy for Latinos to next level

September 25, 2020

LULAC seeking justice for Iowa soldier who says she faced retaliation after reporting sexual assault by superior

August 21, 2020

Local Latino organizations come together in Cedar Rapids to begin a statewide movement

July 14, 2020

Two groups sue over new absentee-ballot restriction facing Iowa county auditors

June 5, 2020

LULAC of Iowa stands in solidarity with protesters urging for justice and change

April 17, 2020

'They could have done more': Daughter of Marshalltown meatpacking plant worker blames JBS for his COVID-19 death

April 15, 2020

Iowa blacks and Latinos bear lopsided coronavirus rates

April 3, 2020

Complaint accuses meat packing plant of not protecting workers during COVID-19 pandemic

January 20, 2020

The Iowa Caucuses Have Long Turned Out the ‘Same Old White Crew.’ 2020 Could Be Different.

November 7, 2019

Latino Iowans are playing a bigger role in the caucuses — and Democrats are paying attention

October 1, 2019

Judge upholds ID requirement at polls but strikes down other parts of 2017 Iowa voting reform law

March 14, 2019

owa bars felons from voting, but those convicted in other states often escape notice, investigation finds