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Just two years after immigrating to the United States, Cuban born, and Venezuelan raised, Maria Conchita Alonso, made her
The commemorative stamp was unveiled at the 87th conference of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) in Washington, D.C.
Here's a story that stands in stark contrast to Donald Trump's troubled depiction of undocumented individuals in America. As a child Rafael Agustin Guerrero was brought to California from Ecuador by his parents.
Will more Hispanics go to the movies if more Hispanics star in movies?
“As an artist, businesswoman, producer and Latina, I’m passionate about seeing multicultural America on TV," Jennifer Lopez
It's the performances that make this film work. Most are good, some superb.
I’ve been very fortunate, it’s been a privilege to be inside of this art form and I’m very grateful that I’ve been able to
It's back to the border for John Sayles, who in films like Lone Star has explored the distinctive tensions that brew in the towns that neighbor to Mexico. Now he's applying that worldview to the mystery thriller in Go for Sisters.
There's been a lot of action at the movies this summer, very little of it memorable. So Baltasar Kormakur's 2 Guns comes as a welcome surprise: a film with the wit, tension and sheer headlong pace to grab and hold your attention for a brisk 106 minutes.
In the Robert Rodriguez action sequel Machete Kills opening in September, Hollywood bad boy Charlie Sheen has reverted to his original "Hispanic" name in the credits: Carlos Estevez. Sorry Charlie, but there are rules here.
Alex Nogales, president and CEO of the National Hispanic Media Coalition, agreed with Alfaro and added that the change in
On this Los Angeles edition of Cafecito, we are joined by academy award-nominated actor, producer and activist, Edward James
"It's an issue. Studios want to tell universal stories. We want to do the same thing. But, we want to use Latino stories with Latino faces to tell universal stories. We're all part of one group. We are all humans and we all want to tell human stories."
That “family” consists of newcomer Gina Rodriguez as hip-hop prodigy “Filly Brown” and her jailed mother (played by the late
That's why Golden Staters are all intimately familiar with the amazing story of East L.A. calculus teacher Jaime Escalante
The show looks fantastic and lives up to the legacy of SyFy's Battlestar Galactica series in all the right ways. It's at once familiar, but everything is turned on its head, newer.
I don't remember watching The Earth Day Special when it was first broadcast by ABC in April 1990. Perhaps if I had watched it 22 years ago, I would have avoided falling for the right's denialist trap.
It was recently reported that Mexican-American actor Michael Peña (“Crash,” “World Trade Center’) has been cast to play Civil
In current times of civil unrest, economic injury, and political failure, we depend on love -- in all its complexity and even through untenable circumstances -- to keep ourselves human. Here are the top 10 films that cannot be missed in the coming year: