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Quick! Who has inspired, unified and mobilized Latino voters with the greatest historical impact? Nope, not brilliant strategists in DC. No, not any new-fangled technology to reach voters more efficiently. It's not even the tireless work of indefatigable canvassers.
"Bailamos! Let the rhythm take you over, Bailamos!" 💃🏻💃🏻
MCA: Our Earth. It is so beautiful and we are ruining it. We have to appreciate its beauty and use our voices to help it
Jorge Ramos, Cristela, Adrienne Bailon and more share their thoughts.
April showers may bring May flowers, but spring also brings the Tribeca Film Festival every year. Though the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival ended April 24, it planted a seed that will keep Latin American filmmakers flowering for years to come: A strong fifth year for the new era of the Tribeca Film Institute Latin America Media Arts Fund.
I feel a bit perplexed that there are not more films like Hole In The Wall. The struggle of the Latina/o/x working class is all around us in an almost infinite amount of ways, yet our voices are rarely heard in American cinema
It is time to acknowledge that the Left is not prepared for a fight. The Right is ready. I believe we should use whatever we can to defend ourselves. Because defeating Trump will not be the end. Tragically, it will only be the beginning. It is time we prepare ourselves for it. By any means necessary.
I fear for you because you were born into a beautiful and terrible world that I cannot protect you from. Make no mistake on this matter: You were born into a nation that didn't want you. In America, your life is disposable.
From a very young age, I mispronounced my name. This went on for years. That's why after I married my gringo, I hesitated taking his name. It wasn't because I didn't want to, but rather because I felt I needed to reclaim my maiden name. Hyphenating seemed more like a nuisance. So what was I to do?
Don't worry about diversity in your work, if you're Latino. I didn't set out to address diversity -- a word that makes me cringe, because it implies that the "standard" is white and everything else is "non-white" (another word establishing white as the standard -- at the center).