Puerto Rican independence would mean higher annual revenues for Puerto Rico, lower federal expenditures for the U.S. government, and would allow both sides to abandon the current shameful colonial relationship, as authors Javier A. Hernández and Alberto Medina explain.
For author Grisel Yolanda Acosta, as an Afro-Latina in the U.S., she has always embodied this idea of punk: that which doesn’t conform to the strictures and norms dictated by American society, nor to those expectations of what it means to be Latinx and Black.
Panamanian American author Cristina Henríquez’s novel tackles immigration issues that still have valence today, but complicates the stereotypical narrative of Mexican immigrants crossing into the U.S. illegally that often dominates Latinx immigration stories in popular media.
Host Hector Luis Alamo chats with Susanne Ramirez de Arellano, an esteemed journalist and writer with decades of experience.
It is from a germinal line about silencing those who resist stereotypes and restrictions placed on identity that Black Honduran author and founder of the Bronx is Reading, Saraciea J. Fennell, builds this remarkable anthology.
John Murillo’s ‘Kontemporary Amerikan Poetry’ does what all great poetry should: it cuts into our lives, infiltrates all the spaces of our thinking.
Some gift ideas that allow you and the music lovers in your life to listen to or learn about new music while supporting the artists who create it.
‘Postcolonial Love Poem’ is a stark reminder, a much-needed one, of the struggles Indigenous folks are still grappling with.