June 28, 2017 -
With the 2020 count approaching, concerns are mounting that budget cuts and turnover at the U.S. Census Bureau could lead to missing significant numbers of historically undercounted residents — many in disadvantaged Southern communities that depend on accurate numbers to apportion political power and fund services.
December 16, 2016 -
Immigrant advocates in Southern states say they'll continue to fight deportations and hostile rhetoric under the new administration — just as they have done for years at the state and local level.
November 4, 2016 -
Growing in numbers and galvanized by Donald Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric, Latino voters are casting ballots in record numbers across the South this year.
October 14, 2016 -
All year, reports have said voters from Latino, Asian American and other immigrant communities have been galvanized to stand against the anti-immigrant rhetoric that has dominated the 2016 election. But the critical question as Election Day approaches is: will they vote?
June 2, 2016 -
Latinos have been underrepresented among voters in Southern states, but a new study finds they are emerging as a key demographic in 2016, with the potential to be a decisive swing voting bloc in political battlegrounds like North Carolina.
May 12, 2016 -
Latinos have historically been a small voting bloc in Arkansas, but immigrant organizers say the GOP frontrunner's xenophobic rhetoric is driving many to get involved in the 2016 election.
February 19, 2016 -
A new Institute report finds that young Latino voters will be a key factor in the coming years in strengthening the voice of the Latino community in the South.