I may have been born a Honduran-Puerto Rican, but my culture is a whole lot wider than that. I’m made of parts stolen from people outside of the culture I was born into.
More than anything, the Oscars indicate our political divisions and highlight our shortcomings. They are shiny golden metaphors for how America is not a unified culture, nor even a unified country.
The Republicans have a radical vision for America. Just don’t call it patriotism or democracy, writes Daniel Cubias.
Two stories about solidarity in the face of hatred and power
Claiming a Mexicanness outside Mexicanness
We can all be good citizens—not just of America but of Earth—if we focus on the long-term health of our community
A new study finds that intolerance of other languages in America is mostly a white Republican phenomenon.