Some thoughts on Spanish music, Spanish names, and Latino discrimination against Afro-Latinos
A chat with Jaime Lozano, a musical theatre composer, director, arranger, orchestrator, and vocal coach
Notes From a Native Daughter host Soldanela Rivera chats with the filmmaker behind PBS’s ‘Latino Vote: Dispatches from the Battleground’
Why mixing science and business gets us nowhere
‘The Second Cooler,’ a documentary by Ellin Jimmerson, centers on a crucial question: Who benefits from illegal immigration?
‘LANDFALL’ is a deep, painful, but beautiful acknowledgment of the trauma Hurricane Maria brought to all puertorriqueños
Hernández’s musical trajectory symbolizes the Spanish saying, “plantar bandera”
A chat with Stephanie Manriquez, a writer, radio producer, music selectah and teaching artist based in Chicago