e might be making progress on America’s refusal to acknowledge its past. But the conservatives who want to bury, whitewash, or alter history will not stop.
From mariachi to cumbia and all sorts of variations in between, the beloved cenzontle appears por todos lados.
“Reality has a well known liberal bias,” goes one saying. But what happens if conservatives keep rewriting history?
LATINISH host Hector Luis Alamo chats with Javier A. Hernández, a Puerto Rican scholar and author of ‘PREXIT: Forging Puerto Rico’s Path to Sovereignty.’
Nearing the end (hopefully) of this nationwide calamity, what have we really learned?
Film critic Alejandro A. Riera walks us through some of the Latin movies and filmmakers whose works have slipped through the cracks of cinema history.
“Forgive and forget” is great advice for one’s personal life, but for a country, it can be suicidal, writes Daniel Cubias
Argentine director Andreas Fontana’s ‘Azor’ shows the moral price we all pay when governments come after others as we quietly watch from the sidelines.