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Eva Longoria Clarifies Dismissive Comments About Black Women Voters in MSNBC Segment
The initial remarks were problematic.
Eva Longoria Keeps Defending the “Devious Maids” in Latest Piece from New York Times
When you defend a show, you have to defend it all the way, and no one is questioning Eva Longoria’s intent to keep defending “Devious Maids,” which premiered Sunday to mixed reviews (our own review here) and sluggish ratings. You can say what you want, but you have to admit that the public relations machine […]
Eva Longoria: Maid Characters in “Devious Maids” Are “Really the Heroes”
The maid characters in Lifetime’s “Devious Maids” are “really the heroes,” according to the show’s co-producer, Eva Longoria. In a story published by Fox News Latino, Longoria kept on task in defending the show, which she co-produced with “Desperate Housewives” creator Marc Cherry. Here is what the FNL piece said: Despite recently earning her master’s […]
In Letter to Eva Longoria, Cosmo for Latinas Editor-in-Chief Calls “Devious Maids” an “Insulting Disgrace”
Michelle Herrera Mulligan is the editor-in-chief of Cosmo for Latinas and in a letter that was published yesterday in the HuffPost where she expresses her own personal opinions (and not Cosmo’s or the Hearst Corporation’s) about “Devious Maids,” the new Marc Cherry/Eva Longoria show that will premiere in June on Lifetime, Herrera Mulligan was highly […]
Eva Longoria Defends “Devious Maids” in Latest HuffPost Piece: Does It Even Matter?
Before we get to what Eva Longoria wrote yesterday about “Devious Maids,” let’s start from the very beginning. Last year the Latino online community pretty much criticized Longoria for saying that “most” of the Latino community was “proud” about a all-Latina show about maids. Devious maids. With Marc Cherry as its creator. The same Marc […]
Eva Longoria Tweets Out Apology About Retweet of Romney “Twat” Post
After facing a Twitter firestorm from conservative outlets like Drudge, Breitbart and the Washington Examiner for retweeting a vulgar tweet that called Mitt Romney a "misogynistic/racist twat," actress/activist and Obama for America campaign co-chairman Eva Longoria took to her social networks today to issue an apology and clarify her intentions. According to the HuffPost's Latino […]
Eva Longoria: “Most of the Latino Community Is Proud” of “Devious Maids” Latina Maids Show
The blogosphere is buzzing about a new Eva Longoria-produced show with “Desperate Housewives” creator Marc Cherry that feature four Latina leads (Ana Ortiz, Roselyn Sanchez, Dania Ramirez, and Judy Reyes)… as maids. And rumor has it that Susan Lucci will be one of the women who hires the Latina Help. This is exactly the type […]
At 95th Oscars, Academy Shows Their Racist Behinds… Again (OPINION)
People of color being recognized for their artistic achievements shouldn’t be an outlier, and we shouldn’t still be celebrating “firsts” at awards shows.
Group Launches ‘Vote Like a Madre’ Campaign to Mobilize Latina Voters Around Climate Crisis
On Wednesday, Latino Victory Project, a nonprofit group that champions progressive causes in Latino communities, launched its 2022 “Vote Like a Madre” campaign to mobilize Latina voters around the climate crisis issue ahead of the midterm elections in November.
Can the Oscars Fix Their Latinx Problem With Nick Barili’s ‘SEEN’?
Argentinian American journalist Nick Barili wants Latinx Hollywood icons to “get their flowers” now, as he recently told Latino Rebels. That’s why he created the web series ‘SEEN’ to highlight Latinx talent, distributed by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
You Want To Talk About Hot Cheetos? (A Latino USA Podcast)
This controversy is so much more than just about a fiery red snack but a story about race, identity, culture, and the stories that we choose to believe.
The Future of the National Museum of the American Latino (VIDEO)
On Thursday, the U.S. Senate Committee on Rules and Administration approved the National Museum of the American Latino Act (H.R. 2420)
White Fragility in the Latinx Community: A Lesson (OPINION)
We will no longer listen to people who simply are not with it. We will not center them.
ACLU: 545 Migrant Children Yet to Be Reunited With Parents
In a court filing this week, the ACLU said the parents of two-thirds of those children have already been deported to Central America.
She Se Puede Is a New Digital Platform Aiming to Empower Latinas
The project aims to “inspire, affirm, and inform Latinas so they can leverage their power to transform their lives, their families, their community and their nation.”
A Latino Recap of the Democratic National Convention
Julián Castro was the only Latino to run in this year’s presidential primaries but did not have a speaking role at the convention.
Farmworkers Relief Fund Raises Close to a Million Dollars During Virtual Festival
On Tuesday, a star-studded cast of entertainers, activists and community leaders took part in the Cinco de Mayo Altisimo Live Music and Pop Culture Festival to benefit the Farmworkers COVID-19 Pandemic Relief Fund.
Latino Rebels Is Media Partner of Upcoming ‘Altísimo’ Livestream Festival Benefitting Farmworkers
Altísimo Live! will be co-hosted by Eva Longoria and Enrique Santos, and will feature dozens of artists who will lend their voices to a good cause.
Some Latino Victory Fund National Committee Members Question Transparency of Organization’s Biden Endorsement
A report published by Mediaite’s Adrian Carrasquillo said that members of LVF’s national committee raised serious transparency concerns about the nature of the endorsement and why it was happening two days before Saturday’s Nevada caucus, a contest with a significant Latino population where Biden is not seen as the front-runner.
Opposition Leaders Denounce Salvadoran President Following Military Occupation of Legislature
Opposition leaders said Bukele’s actions created a constitutional crisis.