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The Killers ‘Land of the Free’ Song Highlights Border Humanitarian Crisis With the Help of Spike Lee
“Down at the border, they’re gonna put up a wall.”
It has the power to stop this abuse by allowing a citizen and democratic audit of all the debt.
Fans are holding their breath for the release of his first album in over a decade.
En el 2018 hubo un resurgir de las artes y la cultura en Puerto Rico. El Hip-Hop no fue la excepción.
Released nearly a year after Hurricane María, the hit song became the anthem for Puerto Ricans in the wake of a tragedy.
In this episode of “Amanda La Qu Manda,” Amanda Alcántara lists five songs from Latinoamérica y el Caribe that touch on this topic.
Quizás no deba sorprender la cimarronería de su propuesta.
Meet the four scholarship recipients who had the opportunity to go to Las Vegas and attend the Latin Grammys.
The Puerto Rican Grammy winner talks about his career, his battle with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Hurricane María, and the creation of his newest album.
“I never knew that my patriotism was going to be misconstrued,” the iconic singer said.
Latino USA sits down with the author of the popular song “Pedro Navaja” to discuss highlights of his monumental career, his new record, and his take on current affairs.
Maria Hinojosa talks to the rapper/actor about life growing up in the Bronx, the importance of family, and his role in the comedy film, “Night School.”
“We see that Hurricane America is really the disaster that hit Puerto Rico.”
Hundreds of Immigrant Children, Youth and Families Join Logic’s Performance at 2018 VMAs to Protest Trump Administration’s Family Separation and Detention Policy
In powerful performance, children and youth stand up for others who have been harmed by Trump’s cruel immigration policies.
Grammy winner sits down with Latino Rebels and explains why she decided to pay tribute to the Cerro Maravilla murders of 1978.
“The new Colombian presidency is only an example of how lost we are politically in the world. The world is passing through a crazy time,” Simón Mejia said.