“I wish I could say I suddenly educated myself, or came to my trans-ness through pure self-enlightenment or something, but, in actuality, the Universe still had to drag me along.”
For centuries the people of Puerto Rico have been celebrating an event that may have never actually occurred.
Continuing his journey along the Camino de Santiago, author Silvio Sirias encounters the tale of Francisco de Quevedo, one of the greatest poets of Spain’s Golden Age.
Continuing along the Camino de Santiago, author Silvio Sirias encounters the legend of El Cid in Burgos and ponders his legacy in the midst of current Spanish politics.
This month on Intelatin, Serigo Muñoz speaks with Twila True of South Dakota’s Lakota tribe on the many threats currently facing the Great Sioux Nation.
It’s time to bring our black grandmothers out of the closet.
With so much to take in along the Camino de Santiago, it’s easy to miss what’s right under our noses — and our feet.
“You are what?!” I asked, not sure I had heard Pedro Pablo Pérez García correctly. “I’m a Banderillero lidiador,” he repeated.
Nuestra hermana Rebelde es una diosa del hip hop en español, dictando letras anti-coloniales, intrínsecas, fulminantes y poéticas.
How Spain and the Camino helped launched the career of one of America’s most celebrated writers.
In a game dubbed “LaTina Fey,” the comedian and writer only manages to name eight Latino performers.
A journey along the Camino de Santiago that features what many consider to be the birthplace of Western European epic literature
Author Silvio Sirias arrives in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, the starting point of the Camino de Santiago, and learns about how the label “pilgrim” has changed in recent years
Author Silvio Sirias provides a rundown of the things he’ll carry on his 500-mile trek along the famed Camino de Santiago in Spain
The 39-year-old general longed to return to the quiet, peaceful hills of his ancestors. But it was not to be
Author Silvio Sirias begins his journey along the Camino de Santiago, the famed pilgrimage route across northern Spain
I know I’m still a young man, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen or heard of a debate moderator personally attacking a candidate. If Phil Ponce’s questions were to come from anyone, you’d think they would be Mayor Rahm Emanuel or one of his supporters—and it still would’ve crossed the line. It was arguably […]
Recently, I had the great pleasure of speaking with Nelson Denis, author of War Against All Puerto Ricans. I have long had an interest in the subject of Puerto Rico’s 1950 Revolution and whether you are familiar with this largely suppressed moment in our history or not, Denis offers sharp and exciting insights on mid-century […]
In a follow-up to a story about whether or notToronto-based VarageSale has instituted an English-only policy for its community pages, our founder received the following email yesterday from Tami Zuckerman, founder of VarageSale: Hi Julio, Your concern was definitely at the top of my mind all weekend, and I made sure to reach out to a […]
So everyone who follows immigration issues is talking this morning about the State of Texas et. al v United States temporary injunction a federal judge from the Southern District of Texas issued yesterday against President Obama’s executive action on immigration relief. Josh Blackman, a law professor at South Texas College of Law, posted judge Andrew […]