In ‘Y Va Caer’ Featuring Ana Tijoux, Rap Duo Rebel Diaz Sends Message of Hope to Communities of Color
Latino Rebels caught up with Rebel Diaz in a phone interview, where they talked about the inspiration behind the single. Read it here:
“We cried in your hills. We cried in your deserts.”
Hurray for the Riff Raff’s Alynda Segarra on Powerful PA’LANTE Video: ‘Most Important Was Making the Humanity Palpable’
“Kris and I both knew we had a responsibility as Puerto Ricans of the diaspora to use our platforms and amplify the stories of our people,” she told Latino Rebels in this exclusive.
It’s notable that so few people weighing in on this debate even recognized Puerto Rico as a site of the African diaspora.
I was born south of the Muro
I grew up north of the muro
Definitely a highlight of our day.
Jazz es música de protesta justo por su propia naturaleza.
THE FIRST RULE OF PUNK: The Most Important Book Published During the First Year of the Trump Presidency
My heart pounded in my chest—not once in my life had I seen a book (fiction) about someone so much like me.
Negative associations that are made with blackness are so deeply rooted and widespread that they are invisible swords inflicting pain on Afro-Latinxs.
The video takes you to different parts of South America where these women have shared their music, using colorful, diverse and urban scenarios.
“That Black people know that we are beautiful, that we are strong, that we are intelligent. This is very necessary.”
Yes, this is not a typo.