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Latinx creators have been working in comics for ages, yet the industry doesn’t reflect the growing Latinx population.
Prints, paintings and other artwork from modern Latinx artists on Etsy, Society6 and Saatchi Art.
These makeup brands are stepping up to represent.
The chef clears up a popular misconception about Mexican cuisine and shares advice for other single moms breaking into the restaurant industry.
Cannabis chef Miguel Trinidad and hemp farmer Luis Vega shared how they're finding their space in the budding industry of legal cannabis.
We asked readers to share their favorite pictures of their grandparents and parents.
“I went to do an audition ... and they told me, ‘You’re probably not going to get the role because they want someone who looks more Latina,’” the entertainer said.
The celebrated author reflects on Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rican politics and how she stays connected to her culture from hundreds of miles away.
This Hispanic Heritage Month, we asked entrepreneurs to share how they use their companies to honor their heritage.
This “Jane the Virgin” star talks about what it’s like to relive her family’s deportation every time she watches the news.
Without these pioneers and their revolutionary ideas, the world wouldn't have made as much progress as we see today.
Straight wisdom from Tiffany Cabán, Jessica Cisneros and other Latinas in politics.
"If I don’t see it out there and I know in my heart and my soul that I belong here ... I have to be that change,” said the model, who has collaborated with Nordstrom and Beyoncé.