The popular image of political violence is that of a downtrodden revolutionary taking up arms against an oppressive government. But oftentimes the instigators of violent conflict are groups that were once in charge but have lost their power and status.
Monarchy and hereditary privilege have no place in a modern, democratic society. Now that Queen Elizabeth II is dead, it’s time to bury them.
Documentary filmmaker Juan Pablo González centers his first drama, ‘Dos estaciones,’ on an artisanal tequila distillery run by a 50-year-old woman (played by Teresa Sánchez) who is the last in her family line of tequila makers.
The fact that so many Americans, including liberals, support a pardon for Trump is further evidence that a lot of Americans aren’t interested in justice, unity, or “healing”—they’re just afraid.
A lot of people get married for reasons besides love. Love is not even at the top of everyone’s list when it comes to finding someone to date.
We must congratulate, support, and encourage all the independent Latine artists who continue to produce music, tour, and survive, despite the lack of financial resources. Let’s give them their due by supporting their efforts.
Machismo has a lot to do with why some Latinos vote Republican, as research shows that men who are insecure about their manhood tend to vote conservative. But recent attacks on abortion rights threaten to lose the GOP even more Latino voters.
Fernando León de Aranoa’s ‘The Good Boss,’ starring Javier Bardem, is an incredibly acerbic and entertaining addition to a long line of film comedies and dramas about corporate culture.
If the people of Puerto Rico want to retake control of their energy system, ensure their future, and keep the lights on, they need to kick out LUMA Energy and the PNP colonial governor, Pedro Pierluisi. Future generations will thank them.
People who hate Mexicans don’t know much about them or the country they come from.
MANO speaks with the filmmakers behind the Brazil-based documentary, ‘The Territory,’ about filming with the Amazon’s Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau tribe, government assaults on land and Indigenous rights, and hopes — or the lack there of — for the looming presidential election.
What do the attack on author Salman Rushdie in western New York and calls by Trump supporters to dismantle the FBI, or even physically assault agents, after the raid on the former president’s home have in common? Both involve calls for violence to achieve political aims.