Puerto Rican artists and scholars Dr. Frances Negrón-Muntaner and Sarabel Santos Negrón launched the project in early February to research what Puerto Ricans value the most and how the economy can respond to their needs of people on the island.
Meet the four scholarship recipients who had the opportunity to go to Las Vegas and attend the Latin Grammys.
“We see that Hurricane America is really the disaster that hit Puerto Rico.”
To Those Criticizing Me for Inviting Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to a Panel: The Future Is Female and Makes No Apologies
I need not to ask permission to anyone outside our board to produce our events.
In Letter to Trump, NYC-Based Immigrant Arts Coalition Criticizes Decision to Change USCIS Mission Statement
“Your words, and your actions, matter.”
Jazz es música de protesta justo por su propia naturaleza.
Alianza Nacional de Campesinas President Attends the Golden Globes with Award-Winning Actress Laura Dern in Solidarity to End Sexual Violence
“Sexual harassment, assault, and exploitation are issues that are bigger than any one person or any one industry.”
“La política cruda, tal como la conocemos, es un paradigma que está en plena curva de extinción”.
Contemporary music has often boxed women —particularly Latinas— in the “saleable themes” structure: sex, beauty, love, parties and branded entertainment.
“I want to tell you that the best for you as talent and us as a corporation is to VOTE NO against your being represented by SAG-AFTRA.”
El video nos regresa a la pregunta sobre el origen de la humanidad: Si vino primero el huevo que la gallina.
The inspiring love song is a heartfelt duet with Grammy-winning singer/producer Tommy Torres.
With a combative tone and influences from Latin American folk to experimental electronica, Quique Rangel and Rubén Albarrán share lead vocals on “Futuro.”
“Rican Beach is a fictional place, but it was written with my ancestors in mind.”
The track draws from rhythms and incantations of sacred Yoruba praise songs, calling out to those who would hear us in our time of need.
“Yo convierto el odio en amor y voy a seguir mirando pa’lante a pesar de que traten de romper mi espíritu.”
What would be one of Trump’s worst nightmares? Women of color beating him at the business game.
Sonia Braga plays Clara: the strong, smart, daring, independent, anti-establishment and confident woman we all strive to be.