Aaron E. Sanchez
Netflix’s new show The Liberator is yet another chapter in a larger attempt to make World War II the new multicultural founding myth of the nation.
While a new ad has thousands of likes and could be very effective, the reprisal of the Pachuco character by Edward James Olmos is contradictory.
Communities creating, debating, and adopting new labels is not a new phenomenon.
Make America White Again.
Public health researchers and sociologists are showing that living in a deportation state has a real health cost that is being disproportionately paid by citizen children.
Trump’s triumphant primary victory and general-election flameout points to a growing divide in the Republican Party.
“The problem is not with Sanders’ economic message, but with his political plan, or in some cases the lack thereof.”
How a lack of Latino writers at the New Yorker and other media outlets shapes coverage of Latinos.
A recap of which campaigns have hired on which Latino organizers, and which Latino politicians and celebrities have made endorsements so far.
Is Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley the unfortunate victim of the lack of Hispandering by his campaign?
Aaron Sanchez teaches at the community college in Dallas where, earlier this week, Hillary Clinton delivered a generic stump speech to a heavily Latino working-class crowd.
September 16 marked the anniversary of Mexican independence. But after over 200 years, Mexico still isn’t free
Latinos are receiving increasing attention in American politics. Candidates and their campaigns must decide how best to reach out to this growing community. Trump has chosen to double-down on anti-Mexican rhetoric, but other candidates have chosen another language altogether. Democrats and Republicans alike have chosen to address Latinos in Spanish. Hillary Clinton tweeted how to say “Go […]