Some tips on navigating the age of misinformation from board-certified psychiatrist Dr. Lauro Amezcua-Patino.
Mala talks about cannabis, her new Marijuanera podcast and Locatora Radio.
As the next installment of our Latino Rebels late-night project, we present “This Week in White Journalism.” Let us know what you think and share the video too.
Lydia was kidnapped and tortured for over 20 hours by state police. Lydia thought they were going to kill her.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — On November 23, Apple sent 14 El Faro journalists a warning: “state-sponsored attackers may be targeting your iPhone” because of “who you are and what you do.”
In the wake of the Texas abortion ban, a psychologist and a writer explore the repeated messages in the media about disparities in outcome and how that impacts people subliminally.
Latinas are making tremendous strides in education, politics, business, media, the arts — everywhere. But Latinas have only begun to get their due.
While the headline may not surprise anyone, a new report commissioned by the Latino Donor Collaborative reveals just how absent Latinos are in TV, film, journalism, and other mainstream media.
Futuro Media Group, the Harlem-based publisher of Latino Rebels, received a White House press pass Thursday afternoon for Washington correspondent Pablo Manríquez. The White House press pass gives Futuro what’s known in the Beltway as “double credential” to cover the federal government with full Washington press access.
The study, called “Workforce Diversity: Analysis of Federal Data Shows Hispanics Are Underrepresented in the Media Industry,” noted that “Hispanics are underrepresented in the media industry compared to their representation in the rest of the workforce.”
Steven and Linda give us an inside look at the factors that influenced their depictions of Latino individuals and communities on “Pose” and “Gentefied.”
In 1947, Louis R. Lautier applied for press access to the Capitol’s Daily Press Gallery, governed then (and now) by an all-white Standing Committee of Correspondents (Standing Committee).
Women are whole people after all, even if we’re not normally portrayed that way.
The book is a colorful and vibrant acclamation to 50 artists whose work captures the voices in our communities—featuring interviews with each creator.