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Carlos Guerra, journalist and civil rights activist

Victor Landa April 9, 2018

In the 1960s, Texas A&I University (now Texas A&M University-Kingsville) was a hotbed for political activism. The campus was the home of several Mexican American civil rights organizations.  Among them […]

Donald Trump and The Frito Bandito

Victor Landa March 15, 2018

Mexican-American medic who documented Nazi camp horror dies at 93

Victor Landa March 12, 2018

How ‘One Day at a Time’s Diverse Writers Room Creates Authentic Latino Narratives

Victor Landa January 26, 2018

Much like the loving Alvarez family they created, the writers of One Day at a Time work closely together, don’t always agree but love each other anyway. Their collective family experiences helped […]

A New TV Show Inspired by the Life of Selena Quintanilla Is Coming to ABC

Victor Landa January 19, 2018

Selena Quintanilla lives on. Just two months after the late legendary songstress received a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, ABC has announced its plans to commemorate the Mexican-American star’s life […]

‘Coco,’ Guillermo del Toro win Golden Globe awards

Victor Landa January 8, 2018

Latinos and Latino-themed movies won big in some of the top categories at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday. Disney Pixar’s ‘Coco‘ won a Golden Globe for Best Animated […]

Rosca de Reyes – A Slice of Gospel and Tradition #Recipe

Victor Landa January 4, 2018

Often used as evangelizing tools, celebrations in Mexico feature elements that are charged with symbolism. Take the piñata, for example, used as an allegory of sin (colorful and appealing on the […]