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The city of Sevilla gave the award show €19 million to host the event and now expects a $530 million profit.
Four prominent Latinx art institutions celebrate important anniversaries under the visionary leadership of Puerto Rican Women.
Sarah McNamara’s book traces the politics of Cuban immigrants and their descendants, the central role of women, and histories of labor organizing in a Tampa area cigar making community.
Latin America has a long and enduring radio tradition. Now, podcasts centering Latinx voices are gaining popularity in the United States.
Two struggles—Black liberation and immigrant rights—are intertwined and must be confronted together, which means acknowledging there is racism in the project of Latinidad.
Latin@ voters stand poised to reshape the U.S. electoral map in the wake of Donald Trump’s racist presidential campaign.