We celebrated Ruidofest at a complicated time of political and social turmoil in the U.S. and abroad.
Nosotros is a festival dedicated to uniting Latinxs of all backgrounds, to come together in the name of art, expression and protest.
The Afro-Latino Festival of New York is excited to announce its lineup for this year’s festival, set for July 8-10.
“I truly believe that music is music, and that genre distinctions are becoming increasingly irrelevant by the second.”
The Loisaida Festival’s expanded offerings this year preview a new stage in Loisaida, Inc.’s plans to combine STEAM programming with social services that meet the needs of the local community.
Profiling a Latina who has dedicated her life to the educational attainment of her people.
La Bruja is considered one of the leading spoken word poets in the world.
For this piece on #LatinaHistoryMonth, we remember one of the greatest activists of all time, Luisa Capetillo (1879-1922). A leader in the political and labor struggles of the working class at the beginning of the twentieth century, Luisa Capetillo condemned the exploitation of workers by political parties, religious institutions, and capitalism. She was also a […]
An East Harlem legend has passed away.
This may come out of left field, but I’m pro-union; pro-trabajadoras. You may read my CEO title and think I’m part of the problem. The truth is, I’m a trabajadora too. In fact, my career in this industry took a steady, stable pace in 2008 when I joined the workforce at the Screen Actors […]
Latino Rebels presents: Rebeldes Anthology: Bolder. Bolder, is the first of several Rebeldes Anthology volumes. Staying true to the Latino Rebels tagline: Louder. Prouder. Bolder., this literary work breaks from the confines of mainstream realism, cross boundaries of form and genres, and bluntly covers a broad array of subject matter impacting the Latino community. The […]
This month Intelatin interviews actor Brionne Davis, who stars in the 2015 Colombian adventure drama ‘Embrace of the Serpent.’ Plus a chat with the Chiapas indie-rock band Vayijel.
“I come from the goal nets of a soccer field/where my father taught me how to play.”
It’s a question posed to Latinos on a regular basis, but it’s also a question which requires a complex answer.
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.
Taking Latinos to the Next Level in Hollywood: Rick Najera Directs CBS Diversity Sketch Comedy Showcase 2016
Creating Opportunities for Latinos in Hollywood: Rick Najera Directs CBS Diversity Sketch Comedy Showcase LOS ANGELES, CA – Developing Latino and diverse talent in Hollywood is something Rick Najera has carefully crafted for the past two decades. This January 19th through 23rd, Najera will once again spotlight diversity and emerging talent through the annual CBS Diversity Sketch […]
Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees is partnering with The Moth to feature the experiences of immigrants and refugees during a live storytelling event in Austin, Texas on May 4, 2016.
In the summer of 1983, renowned British photographer Janette Beckman embarked on a project in Los Angeles that would epitomise her predilection for all that was seen as rebel, outlaw and on the periphery of mainstream culture.