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Taking a Seat at the Table

BY PATRICIA GUADALUPE

Will demographic growth translate into political clout? Latino leaders on Capitol Hill are working hard to ensure just that.
“There are more Latinos in leadership positions than ever before, but we are still severely underrepresented,” says...Read More

 

Why is Hollywood so White?

BY BEL HERNANDEZ CASTILLO

They say it’s the squeaky wheel that gets the grease. That is precisely what happened when the African American community cried foul after this year’s Oscar nominations wereannounced and not one person of color was nominated in the acting categories for the second... Read More

 

Hamilton

By JOHN COPPOLA

In the midst of an election campaign obsessed with immigration and budget deficits, the Broadway hit Hamilton relates the story of America’s first Secretary of the Treasury, who was born on the Caribbean island of Nevis and whose policies rescued the new nation from bankruptcy.
The show’s creator and star is Lin-Manuel...Read More

 

Latina Interview

 

María Celeste Arrarás is an award-winning journalist and reporter, and one of the country’s most well-known television news anchors. She is the host of Telemundo’s top-rated newsmagazine “Al Rojo Vivo con María Celeste,” and also co-anchors the network’s national newscast...Read More

 

Ceviche for Breakfast

BY MARK HOLSTON

The expansive breakfast buffet at Quito’s luxurious Colón Hilton Hotel has something for every taste, from the cold cuts, hard boiled eggs and cheese favored by many Europeans, to the more conventional fare I’d loaded on my plate – slices of papaya, mango and watermelon... Read More