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'One Day At A Time' And The Future Of Latinx TV
We dive into Netflix's March decision to cancel "One Day at a Time," shining a light on problems with Latinx representation.
Are Republicans Trying To Stop The Latino Vote In Texas?
Republican leaders are making allegations of Texas voter fraud that specifically target the Latino community.
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Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric Hurts The Health Of Latino Families, Even Those Here Legally
Studies show Trump’s immigration policies create a hostile environment that harms Latino parents and children.
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12 People Who Made History In The 2018 Elections
Government is starting to look more like the people it represents.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Will Officially Be The Youngest Woman Elected To Congress
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a New York native, became the youngest woman elected to the House of Representatives.
Hurricane Willa’s Threatening Force
Hurricanes from the Pacific rarely hit the Americas -- but a Category 3 storm is barreling toward land, forcing thousands to evacuate from the Mexican coast.
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Here's How ICE Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
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Democrats Have Only Themselves To Blame For Low Latino Support
The Democratic Party's failures rest in its lack of forward-facing vision.
Donald Trump Jr. Attacks Beto O'Rourke: He's 'An Irish Guy Pretending To Be Hispanic'
The president's eldest son echoed a claim by Sen. Ted Cruz that O'Rourke adopted the nickname to sound Hispanic.
Students Fight Back After Hispanic Heritage Month Mural Is Vandalized
Duke University’s Latinx students grappled with a vandalized mural in the midst of the country’s hostile political environment.
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WATCH: Verizon Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
Watch special musical performances and an engaging conversation with HBO's Bernadette Aulestia on her career.
Inside The Fight To Flip Texas From Red To Blue
Latinas are leading the charge.
Más Mejor Comedy Showcase: Jesus Trejo Questions ‘World Famous’ Delis
Comedian Jesus Trejo has some issues about this popular slogan he’s been seeing on every corner of New York City.
Más Mejor Comedy Showcase: Rojo Perez Sneaks Into The Zoo
Comedian Rojo Perez’s trip to the zoo takes an unexpected turn.
HuffPost and Mas Mejor Present A LatinX Comedy Showcase
HuffPost and Mas Mejor teamed up to highlight an array of comedians from the LatinX community
Más Mejor Comedy Showcase: Francisco Ramos Talks Privacy
Comedian Francisco Ramos just wants you to keep your thoughts to yourself.
Más Mejor Comedy Showcase: Jesus Trejo Describes Money Problems
Trying to save money can lead to some funny stories. Just ask comedian Jesus Trejo.
Más Mejor Comedy Showcase: Gina Brillon Shares Wedding Troubles
There’s no need to lose weight to fit in the wedding dress of your dreams ― comedian Gina Brillon has another solution.
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Poultry Plant Workers Awarded $3.75 Million After 8-Year Lawsuit
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Hispanic and female Koch Foods employees said they faced a toxic workplace.
Protests In Nicaragua Turn To Bloodshed
Chaos and bloodshed continue in Nicaragua as students lead protests against the president.
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How To Talk To Kids About News Of Family Separations At The Border
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Whatever your political stance, this issue is one of basic human rights.
Gabby Rivera On The Importance Of Being (And Creating) A Queer Latinx Superheroine
The writer behind the America Chavez comic series discusses why she’s unapologetic about increasing the representation of queer people of color.
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My Abuela’s First Time Protesting Was Against Racist Lawyer Aaron Schlossberg
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At almost 80, after all she'd been through, she wanted to be part of the fury ― and joy ― of the event.
Man Whose Xenophobic Rant Went Viral Has Been Caught Spewing Hate Before
Aaron Schlossberg threatened to call ICE on Spanish speakers, then the internet unearthed a similar tirade from 2016.
Man Threatens To Call ICE On Spanish Speakers
A New York City lawyer screamed at Spanish-speaking customers and employees in a Midtown restaurant and threatened to call ICE. When footage of the rant went viral, the internet took action.
Lupe Valdez Could Make History As Texas’ First Hispanic Governor
The former sheriff would also be the state’s first openly queer governor. But her victory is far from a given.
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