How both Cuban-American senators are trying to win the Republican nomination by downplaying their Latino immigrant identities, and how that should hurt them in the general election.
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.
If we start kicking people out because they don’t match our stale ideas of what makes a Latino, then soon enough there won’t be any Latinos left.
“It is obviously a twisted time to be an immigrant in America — especially where we live in Tucson, just one hour from the border. But it’s only brought the Mexican community closer together.”
Over 500 years after the Spaniards invaded what we now call the Americas, is there a “correct” Spanish anymore?
When a Peruvian newspaper began displaying half-naked women in its pages under the heading “Malcriadas,” one young woman thought of a way to turn that label on its head.
How a recent tweet in Spanish from Hillary Clinton’s campaign sparked a debate over proper language and hyper-correction.