Are we really who we say we are? Chilean singer-songwriter Francisca Valenzuela delves into impostor syndrome with her new single, “Hola Impostora.”
Grande’s brilliant novel adds another voice to the chorus of songs and stories of the San Patricios, reminding us that we can come together with others against oppression and marginalization, that we can share with them in unity, love, and victory
‘Despertar’ by the all-Latina punk band Ratas En Zelo is a visceral yet bouncy, angry but upbeat album that reminds us of the ideals that punk was founded on: confronting an unjust society that feeds on exploitation.
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.
Host Hector Luis Alamo chats with Susanne Ramirez de Arellano, an esteemed journalist and writer with decades of experience.
From the health factors that make us COVID fodder and eugenics laws that try to limit our numbers, to the calls for a wall to keep us out, it takes cojones to be a Latino.
MANO music editor Sandra Treviño offers a playlist of 75 songs celebrating the rich diversity of Latin music during Hispanic Heritage Month
Latina filmmakers and actors top film critic Alejandro A. Riera’s list of movies to watch this October!