Politicians calling to potentially invade Mexico likely aren’t serious, but their rhetoric further demonizes our southern neighbor.
Category - Opinion
It’s absurd for the Democratic party to assume that because we are Brown that we should automatically vote for them.
Spain itself is a cultural melting pot of Moorish, Iberian, Celt, Germanic, Jewish, and other influences.
While DEI policies are well intended, widespread results have lagged.
Conservatives call him a communist. The woke left calls him a bigot. Is Che still relevant in today's society?
There’s no one explanation on how we got to this point. Like everything related to Black and Brown identity, it’s a complex web.
“Latinx” is feelgood psychobabble. “Chicano” is the decades-long culmination of suffering, expression, and rebellion.
Why don’t violent offenders, like drug offenders, also deserve a second chance?
There is a difference between a cultural landmark and exploitation.
The critics never did respect Kobe for what he truly was. And now it's too late.
Chicano leadership has taken a backseat to memes.
Passing the Native Histories and Cultures Education Act will give Native Americans the chance to tell their stories.
Those with the strongest opinions about Chicano culture often have the least context.
Foos Gone Wild represents authentic cholo culture about as much as Indiana Jones represents authentic archaeology.
Our neglect of the poor has become a tinder box and COVID-19 could be the spark that starts a deadly conflagration.
Contrary to belief, California is a bastion of political and ethnic diversity. It's also ground zero in the newest fight for the soul of the country.
There seems to be a strange fascination among certain Latinos with dividing us into color schemes.
Twitter sure seems to ignore a lot of Latinos when it comes to the verification process.
Latinos now make up a substantial part of the U.S. population. There is no reason they should still be underrepresented in media and entertainment.
Immigrants are the common denominator when it comes to America's "greatness."
If government officials colluding to overturn millions of votes in a democratic election is not an affront on our values, then what is?
Trump’s legacy will be dishonesty and disarray.
When people are struggling to survive amid economic uncertainty, notions of rights become mere abstractions.
Campaigns are about persuasion and trust. You have to engage with people as they are and address their needs.
Bottomless, directionless outrage is a waste of time and a distraction.
Voters are forced to reconcile Joe Biden’s long, problematic history & the danger of a second term under Donald Trump.
Fascism is already here, and we must defeat it if we’re ever going to be truly free.
COVID-19 might have brought the U.S. closer than it thinks to needing UBI.
Can pan-ethnic labels overcome the complexity of individual cultures and identities?
Police brutality against Black people and brown people must end.
Disinformation poses a unique threat to our stability and society in the age of COVID-19.
Without social equality, people of color are constantly forced to defend or justify their own existence.
The problem we face as a society is much bigger than a murder or riot.
Make no mistake. Trump’s support for the police ultimately ties back to his xenophobia.
Latinos have directly benefited from the struggles and progress of the Black community.
Police brutality can no longer be placed on the back burner.
No candidate has been as vocal and dedicated to addressing the issue of police misconduct as Julián Castro.
Just because a company can do what it wants, as some have argued, is not a good argument that it should.
Now is the perfect time for Trump to exploit panic for political gain.
"Bernie has the potential to benefit black and brown voters more than any other candidate in history."
"Today I invoke a challenge. A challenge to find something good in your life and to share it with others."
The GOP is anti-Latino, and its actions prove it.
The fact that the media is a business is also one of the reasons Donald Trump himself was elected.
Uniting Latinos is often more difficult than it sounds.
Make no mistake. Special interests want us to conform and forget our histories.
The country is facing a lot of problems, and not all of them will be solved by impeaching Trump.
Mexican Americans have a unique history with the United States that other Latinos simply don’t share.
There is a reason they call Obama the “Deporter In Chief.”
In a world where nation-state borders feel increasingly rigid, Twitter appears to be transcending them one tweet at a time.
There isn't just one narrowly defined definition of America. We are all products of our own upbringings and environments.