Pulp Fiction and the Latina Bombshell

Mary Mata June 5, 2012

From the textmex obsessed imagination of William A. Nericcio Another Chapter in the History of Pulp Fiction and the Latina Bombshell Huge thanks to Oliver Mayer, the amazing LA-based playwright and USC […]

Sec. Salazar Moves Texas Missions Closer To World Heritage

Mary Mata June 4, 2012

How Latinas Are Changing The Face Of The Girl Scouts

Mary Mata

This Month In Film: June’s New Releases

Mary Mata June 1, 2012

By Gabrielle Bondi, The Young Folks Finally the month I’ve been waiting for! June is finally here, and there’s a whole crop of movies that I’m dying to see this […]

Only Two Latinos In Key Positions On Network TV News?

NewsTaco May 31, 2012

By Grace Flores-Hughes, Voxxi Earlier this month, Univision, the most watched Spanish language television network in the United States announced that it was teaming with ABC News to target the ever-growing English- […]

Celia Cruz Wins! But Your Input Still Needed

NewsTaco May 30, 2012

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco Several weeks ago NewsTaco wrote about a campaign to get a portrait of Celia Cruz hung in The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. The call […]

Dolores Huerta Receives Nation’s Highest Civilian Honor

Mary Mata

By Raisa Camargo, Voxxi Dolores Huerta, the famed civil rights advocate of the farm worker movement, received the nation’s highest civilian honor Tuesday when President Obama awarded her the Presidential Medal […]