habla español. She has been the founding editor for several national newsrooms, mostly writing for women (but never forgetting about the men). She is also passionate about justice, equality and parentheses. She arrived to the mainland as a Floricua in 2004 and became a Newyorican in 2007.
We are here to ensure that our almost 1.2 million Boricua brothers and sisters in Florida know how powerful our vote is. And that those on the island can rest assured that we’ve got their backs and will vote because they can’t.
Serena Velázquez's mom opens up about how she feels now that the two men that brutally murdered her daughter and Layla are in the hands of the FBI, and could even face the death penalty if found guilty.