Hector Luis Alamo
After Michelle Alexander’s piece in the Nation on why blacks shouldn’t vote for Hillary, it’s important to outline why Latinos shouldn’t either.
Both groups were forced to release statements after a mitú host uses a derogatory term to describe former secretary of State and current Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton.
Writers Darryl “DMC” McDaniels and Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez have the tree-like superhero Groot mistaken for a ceiba by an Afro-Puerto Rican grandmother in New York’s Lower East Side.
It’s Congress that steers the ship, and should Puerto Rico run aground, it’s Congress that decides how best to salvage it.
A fire in a Detroit suburb has claimed the lives of five Mexican immigrants who worked at a restaurant and appear to have been living in the basement of a home owned by their boss.
Before U.S. policy led to the creation of ISIS, it helped create gang violence in Central America. Now a Senate report shows the U.S. isn’t done committing crimes against people of the region.
Year after year, Latinos insist on making the Latino vote mostly irrelevant. What is it about Latinos that keeps them away from the polls?
In a Supreme Court hearing this week, the Puerto Rico government argued that it receives its authority from the people of Puerto Rico. But the Obama administration corrected it.
Clinton, Sanders and O’Malley stuck to their corners in last night’s Democratic forum in Iowa, though Hillary seemed desperate to stay ahead of Bernie in the polls.
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has just released its first official TV spot, in which everything is not nearly what it appears to be.
The U.S. created it. The U.S. fed it and watched it grow. Yet now the U.S. refuses to even mention it.
After filmmaker Michael Moore posted a photo of himself in solitarity with the world’s Muslims, Miss Puerto Rico took to Twitter to rant against him, Muslims and declare herself a Trump supporter.
The experience of a Cuban immigrant is very different than those of others from Latin America.
While we’re debating the use of ‘Latinx,’ a note on emotional reasoning, political correctness, microaggressions, and the rest.
To proscribe a set of words and to prescribe how others are to be used in conversation is “reactionary” par excellence, if not worse.
The U.S. refuses to label Central Americans as refugees because it fails to understand the dangers they face.
The opposition in Venezuela has won a supermajority of seats in the National Assembly, setting the stage for either much needed cooperation or some serious battles.
For the first time since the launch of the Bolivarian Revolution, Venezuela’s opposition parties have won a majority of seats in the National Assembly. But that doesn’t mean the end of socialism.
John Fetterman is the mayor of Braddock, PA. He’s 6’8″ and has tattoos. And his wife is from Brazil and was undocumented. Oh, and he’s running for Senate.