Hector chats with Alan Thompson, a music therapist born in Spain, and a graduate of the Music Therapy Master’s program at New York University
Hector chats with William Garcia-Medina, a PhD candidate in the Department of American Studies at the University of Kansas, and a native son of Puerto Rico now living in Dallas, Texas
Some thoughts on Spanish music, Spanish names, and Latino discrimination against Afro-Latinos
You get real good sleep in jail. Especially if you’re hammered.
Hector discusses immigration, voting and music with Latin Grammy-winning violinist Sita Chay of Cosmopolis Collective, and renowned percussionist and composer Gabriel Globus-Hoenich of People of Earth.
It’s impossible to tell the good guys from the bad guys at first glance.
A passage from Du Bois underscores the lie dividing Black Americans from their Afro-Latino cousins.
Why an understanding of black history is crucial for all people of color.