We must build bigger tables and break bread with one another instead of building walls, physical or otherwise.
These debt negotiations should not put profits over people.
“Proper journalism gives subjects a voice, rather than reducing the voice of an entire minority to the that of an American man with a microphone and background noises of splashing water,” said Hugo Balta.
Look, I like me some 60s rock and have belted out The Byrd’s “Turn, Turn, Turn” with my kids in the car. And we’ve ridden around bouncing to Selena’s cumbias. But hearing that 60s classic and “Baila esta cumbia” as Julián Castro’s entrance and exit themes on Saturday seemed… soooooo… awkward. Before you start, I […]
Candidates like the former San Antonio mayor will need to exercise greater moral and political clarity.
After I saw students cringe during the 10-minute speech, they divided the text into three sections: beginning, middle, and end (a classic strategy for text analysis).
You might hate us, but you sure love making fortunes from our culture.
It may well be the last chance the island gets to honor the promise of justice long forgotten.
The President “is doubling down on his racist campaign promise and putting all Americans and the health of our economy at risk.”
We have to be realistic.
That abyss of possibility where forgiveness isn’t free but earned.
The flow of refugees and asylum-seekers from poor countries to the United States border is often attributed, incorrectly, to domestic unrest in a far-off nation.
The “Trump of the Tropics” is known for his law-and-order rhetoric, racist and sexist remarks, pro-business stances and outsider pledges to upend politics as usual.
Pieces that explain this human drama, not amplify political rhetoric about refugees.
Released nearly a year after Hurricane María, the hit song became the anthem for Puerto Ricans in the wake of a tragedy.
I was adopted for a purpose and I learned to serve it.
The question “Where are you from?” can be quite confusing for children of immigrants.
Modern-day migrations into North America are the result of geopolitical intervention by the United States in Latin America and the Caribbean. As corporate interests grew, so did America’s military presence, ensuring control of the region’s economies, industry, and agriculture.