WATCH: The Politicization of Reggaetón

Can reggaetón, currently one of the most popular music genres in the world, be political? This video explores the notion of music as a political statement.

As Latinos, Food Is Our Identity. That’s Why I’m Boycotting Goya.

Food is our identity. This may explain the swift and categorical reaction from most Latinos to Goya’s CEO praise of Donald Trump: it's like a personal betrayal.

Selena’s Family Threatens to Sue a Trump Supporter for Hosting an Event at Her Memorial Site

Selena Quintanilla died 25 years ago, but one Latino fan is using her image to make a political statement. Her family is fighting back.

WATCH: Latinos Boycott Goya After CEO Says U.S. Is “Truly Blessed” With Trump

For the past 84 years, the Goya brand has been a staple of Latino households. But those days may be over thanks to its CEO and Trump.

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Native Tribal Leaders Call for the Removal of Mount Rushmore Ahead of Trump’s Photo-Op

A day before President Donald Trump attends a Fourth of July celebration at Mount Rushmore, Native American advocates raised their voices in protest of the controversial landmark that was built on sacred land by an artist with ties to the KKK.

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Fireworks or Concerts? How About Superstars? Here Are the Best Ways to Safely Celebrate July 4 at Home

You can enjoy July 4 safely with great music and spectacular fireworks, all from the comfort of home. Here's a list of virtual events for the family.

And She Could Be Next: How to Watch This New Documentary on Women of Color Who Transformed American Politics

And She Could Be Next is a two-part documentary series about the movement of women who transformed American politics and airs tonight. Here's where to watch it.