“Americans don’t know who Latinos are,” Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) said during his remarks on Wednesday at the National Press Club about a new report by the Government Accountability Office. The report is the second installment of a deep dive into the decades-old dilemma of Latino representation in the media.
While recent studies show that half of Americans have largely checked out, opting to avoid seeing or hearing news and just trying to get by, those increasingly of the right wing are choosing to believe outright lies or untruths.
Hector chats with Arturo Dominguez, an anti-racist activist and journalist based in Texas, and co-founder of The Antagonist, a platform for marginalized voices to discuss issues of race, culture, identity, politics and society
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Julio Ricardo Varela is the founder and editor of Latino Rebels
Abraham Velázquez Tello is a web developer and designer based in Oakland, California.
Claudio A. Cortés is the co-founder of Milwaukeño.