October 2, 2022

CULTURE & POLITICS

hate_crimes

Why Is It So Difficult to Make Hate Crimes Stick?

In 2018 it was a synagogue in Pittsburgh targeting Jewish people. In 2019 a Walmart in El Paso targeting Latinos and now in 2022 a supermarket in Buffalo targeting African Americans and a grammar school in Uvalde, Texas, whose motives remain unkn...
Men_of_2020_Splash_Page

The Men of 2020

2020 was a year like no other in modern history. The global pandemic put the world in lockdown, systemic racism was laid bare for the world to see, the economic divide deepened and long held democratic norms were tested like never before.  As we experi...
Joe_Biden_Presidency

What A Joe Biden Presidency Means for Latinx

Although President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris election day victory continues to be contested by the current administration, many pundits, outlets and the incoming administration are proceeding business as usual.  Part of that inc...
Latino_Moments_2020

The Most Inspiring Latino Moments of 2020

It goes without saying that 2020 is a year no one will soon forget. On lighter notes, things like Zoom and Tik Tok became part of our cultural lexicon. On heavier notes, COVID-19 ravaged the globe, wild-fires raged in California and systemic racism reared ...
Alejandro Mayorkas

Who Is Alejandro Mayorkas?

Last week Alejandro Mayorkas made history. As one of President-elect Joe Biden's cabinet nominees, Alejandro Mayorkas became the first Latino and first immigrant ever nominated to become the Head of the Department of Homeland Security. Confirmation and app...
Translate »