Hugo Marín González
Rincón, Puerto Rico: Between Gentrification and Colonialism
“While generational residents keep being displaced, without any government legislation to regulate the housing problem now, soon there will not be any generational native residents left in their town,” Ada Irizarry, an attorney from Rincón, said.
Pittsburgh: The Dead End of Racism Tolerance
The city is trying to heal and it deserves to heal. However, it should learn how to eradicate any practice that re-centers white people in conversations about racism.
Oversight or Dictatorship? The Sociopolitical Reality of Puerto Rico
Help us create a collective conscience on what is happening to the nation of Puerto Rico.
Why I Chose to Not Be Latinx
To be Latinx, just like Latino, Latina, or Hispanic, is to make invisible the African and the Taíno in me.