How a lack of Latino writers at the New Yorker and other media outlets shapes coverage of Latinos.
The Broadway musical is vibrant and full of sound, but it also tells the story of how the couple rose to become legends in the music industry.
Twenty thousand New York City students will be given an outside-the-classroom lesson in American history.
Even during his brief and ill-fated imprisonment following a coup, Víctor Jara continued to sing songs of freedom.
The author talks about her play and the diversity problem perpetuated even within the Latino community
The actor talks about playing the president in HBO’s new series ‘The Brink,’ the state of Spanish-language media, and what it means to be a Latino Rebel