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CULTURE & POLITICS

Trayvon Martin: Through a Latino Lens

On the upcoming fifth anniversary of the Trayvon Martin killing. We look back at one 'LLERO's op-ed on the events through a Latino lens. Imperialism leaves behind germs of rot which we must clinically detect and remove from our land but from our minds as we...

Freddie Prinze – A Prinze Among Men

“Loooooking good!” That single line let loose from the wide grin of a handsome and lanky kid from New York City’s Washington Heights, cemented Freddie Prinze as a cultural icon and comic legend. Frederick Karl Pruetzel was born in 1954 to a Puerto Rican mo...

The Civil Rights Movement through a Latino Lens

When people think of the Civil Rights Movement images of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s March on Washington or Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott come to mind. The problem? That’s an incomplete portrait of what was happening across the country. Latinos were ...

Latino Superstitions

You know Latinos love us some drama! Whether it is an over-the-top novela, or fine tuning the art of chisme on El Gordo y La Flaca. That’s why if you think about it Friday the 13th is tailor made for us. Because everyone is on high alert for -- some drama. Wit...