“We stand together to name Black Latina women as central to the popular and formal scholarship on race within Latinidad.”
Students and Educators Across Dominican Republic Are Rocking Their Natural Hair Today to Protest Discrimination
Women and girls are also posting images online to show their black pride.
The Dominican Republic’s Ministry of Education Released Video Celebrating Natural Hair, Hours Later Woman Behind It Was Fired
Much like the roots of antiblackness in the country itself, the people in power seem to stop at no cost to maintain white supremacy.
LATINOS OUT LOUD Interviews Our Digital Media Editor Amanda Alcántara About Her Upcoming Book ‘Chula’
During the interview, they discuss some of the surprising inspirations behind the book and facing the fear of publishing independently.
The panel allowed space for a rich and open dialogue that pushed the envelope.
The Grammy-nominated artist was detained on Sunday, February 3 by ICE.
The law firm says that “never hid his immigration status.”
Depicting a romance between an enslaved woman and a slaveowner? We got problems.
“Been through some things so I can’t imagine my kids stuck at the border,” said 21 Savage during his performance on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, on January 29.
In this episode of “Amanda La Qu Manda,” Amanda Alcántara lists five songs from Latinoamérica y el Caribe that touch on this topic.
Amazon says it wants to build one of its headquarters in Long Island City in Queens, and communities are taking a vow to fight back.
AMANDA LA QUE MANDA is back, and we’re so happy to feature Amanda here.
Poet Melania-Luisa Marte started it, hoping to bring more visibility the term.
Will Smith’s Colombia Visit Brings Up Questions of Local Perceptions of Blackness and Afro-Colombianos
How are Colombians reacting to Will Smith’s Instagram videos?
Entrevista con vicepresidenta electa de Costa Rica Epsy Campbell sobre identidad, Marielle Franco, y sus planes de inclusión para todos
“Es un proceso interno en Costa Rica, y un proceso en América Latina de la visibilización de los pueblos afrodescendientes, que se consolida con esta victoria electoral”, le dijo a Latino USA.
It’s notable that so few people weighing in on this debate even recognized Puerto Rico as a site of the African diaspora.