Do Latinos have the will to effect the kind of radical changes this country needs?
One of our most valued contributors and supporters critiques our October 9 editorial decision to publish an opinion piece about Columbus Day that was condemned by some of our readers.
By still celebrating Columbus Day, we focus our reverence on the wrong people and actions. October 12 belongs not to the conquistadors, but to the people of the Americas.
This weekend, we discussed Columbus Day. Why do we still celebrate it? This weekend, we posted two opinion pieces about a day that is without controversy: one the defends it and one that does not. We discuss it here.
We asked our regular contributors to share their thoughts about one of the most controversial topics we can think about. Yesterday, we shared Jonathan’s views. Today, we share what Néstor David wrote.
Una conversación con el autor de su novela, las actualidades en Puerto Rico y la literatura latinoamericana
Constant criticism from native Spanish speakers discourages non-speaking Latinos from learning the language
The author talks about her play and the diversity problem perpetuated even within the Latino community