Néstor David Pastor
The ‘Latino Vote’ Is More Than Just a Number… and so Much More Than Immigration Reform
It’s time to just admit that the “Latino vote” is way too complicated to put into a box.
Escuchatorio Protesta: Remembering Mexico’s 43 Missing Students
An online platform that launches on the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico is an homage to social protest
How to Celebrate Hispandering Heritage Month
A few tips and guidelines that will help you avoid getting labeled with the #NoMames hashtag this month
The Band with Many Names: ‘Hispanic’ or ‘Latino’?
Here’s the history lesson you should have been given before filling out the census with Hispanic or Latino. During the 1830s, a French intellectual named Michel Chevalier imagined that the romance language-speaking people living in this part of the world constituted a Latin race that could align itself with European countries that also spoke a […]
Anatomy of a Trumpazo
It began with a bid for the presidency from yet another Republican candidate that will never be elected. I’m referring to Donald Trump in this instance, though you may have assumed otherwise. There are more and more options to choose from these days. However, this particular candidate has stood out from the rest for comments […]