Articles by: Ed Morales
The Trump administration's delay in sending real aid to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria is a distasteful display of colonialist racism. But it's par for the course: our citizenship has always been second-class.
In Justin Simien’s debut film Dear White People, a passing comment about Puerto Ricans exposes the contradictory status of mixed-race people in the "post-racial" Americas.
A guerrera de la luz, Lila Downs talks about her current and future projects and what it means to live and make art on real and metaphorical borders.
Almost 10 years after their origins as a quirky indie-hip hop cum alternative reggaetón music group, Calle 13 continues to bring its message of a dissolution of borders in favor of social class alliances to the mainstream.
On its fifteenth anniversary, this year's Latin Alternative Music Conference sought to redefine the meaning of "alternative" in Latin music.
Latino representation is on the rise in the media, but a new report from Columbia University reveals the problematic stereotypes that come with this representation.
Two Puerto Rican Congressional representatives embrace one of the most powerful African-American congressmen ever in a show of black-Latino unity.