Hector’s mom Yeni was born in a mountain village outside the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa and immigrated to Chicago when she was six.
Hector chats with his brother Chris Alamo, an actor and Marine based in Chicago.
Refusing to eat tacos is un-American
A chat with a sort of struggling Latino artist
Why texting sucks
Dog lives matter
Hector chats with his brother Chris about growing up as latchkey kids in a working-class, single-parent, immigrant family on the hopeless side of a racially, ethnically and economically diverse suburb of Chicago.
A new Census study further shows that a child’s environment greatly influences his or her future financial success.