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Latino Climate Politics, or Seeing God’s wrath in the hurricanes

Victor Landa September 21, 2017

Hurricane Harvey left fear, uncertainty and ruin in its wake. The Category 4 storm left some people questioning what could come next, to which Mother Nature quickly responded with another hurricane: Irma. […]

Latina Coders Killing it in Spite of Silicon Valley

Victor Landa September 8, 2017

Hacking Hockney: the Mexican American painter bringing Latino culture into art

Victor Landa August 22, 2017

Aztecs, Mayans marveled at eclipses — and predicted them with precision

Victor Landa August 21, 2017

By Liliana Valenzuela, Austin American-Statesman (2.5-minute read)  Astronomers across the ages have looked up to the skies and marveled at eclipses. Using different numerical systems, the Aztecs and the Mayans observed eclipses and […]

Devotion to Virgin of Guadalupe Alleviates Stress of Immigration

Victor Landa July 19, 2017

By The University of Alabama News (3 minute read)  TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Mexican immigrants living in a rural Mississippi county highly devoted to the Virgin of Guadalupe coped better with immigration-related stress […]

These Are the Latinos Nominated for a 2017 Emmy Award

Victor Landa July 13, 2017

*I hope you weren’t holding your breath for this. Latinos “remain conspicuously absent” from primetime Emmy awards. VL NewsTaco CULTURE THURSDAY By Manuel Betancourt, Remezcla (3.5 minute read)  What does Gina […]

Ride Like a Girl

Victor Landa July 11, 2017

*Do yourself a favor. Give this a read. It’s one of the toughest and mot beautiful of the Mexican traditions. VL Women riders take the reins in the macho world […]