Census: Whites No Longer a Majority in US by 2043

Census: Whites No Longer a Majority in US by 2043

Mary Mata December 12, 2012

By Hope Yen, Associated Press/NBCLatino [Photo by ThisParticularGreg] Click on picture to read story.

A Letter To Geraldo Rivera From A Hoodie-Wearing Black Latina

Mary Mata March 26, 2012

By Jackeline Stewart Dear Geraldo, A three-piece suit and a tie would not have saved Trayvon Martin’s life.  Urging black and Latino parents to “not let their children go out wearing hoodies” and […]

Are Latinos Going To Start “Passing” As White?

Mary Mata March 7, 2012

Now that it’s common knowledge that Latinos are the country’s burgeoning ethnic group, and given that this group routinely identifies as white on the Census, it begs the question as […]

Celebrating Black History Month By The Numbers

Mary Mata February 1, 2012

By The U.S. Census Bureau To commemorate and celebrate the contributions to our nation made by people of African descent, American historian Carter G. Woodson established Black History Week. The first celebration occurred […]

What’s It Like To “Choose” Between Being Black Or Latino?

Mary Mata January 13, 2012

Mun2 TV created a very compelling video filled with interviews from afro-Latinos discussing their trials and tribulations with living in a world that tries to force them to “choose” between […]

A Latina Dates A Black Man & The U.S. Approves – Hooray?

Mary Mata September 15, 2011

By Christina Rodriguez One of the things I’ve learned from my relationship with my African-American boyfriend is that there are people who: are truly accepting of others’ choices think it’s […]

WANTED: A Latino Al Sharpton (Mullet Preferred)

Mary Mata September 8, 2011

As official Latino spokesperson (via unanimous election), many people presume that El Guapo would readily add the role of “Latino Sharpton” to his resumé – a dapper man, with great […]