Stories tagged: "culture"


The Unsinkable Rita Moreno Gets Her Dues in New Documentary

'Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It' is an unflinching, intimate portrait of the living legend. As Moreno herself tells us, it doesn’t pull any punches.

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Mariachis, Ivy Queen, Lin-Manuel Miranda: Here’s a Full Schedule of Latinos Featured in Biden’s Inauguration

The 2021 Biden-Harris Inauguration will surely be different yet spectacular, and Latinos will be part of the entire ceremony.

From J.Lo to Ricky Martin: Latino Celebs React to Rioters’ Violence on the US Capitol

Our querendones went to social media to strongly denounce the violent attack on American democracy.

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¿De dónde viene la tradición de los Reyes Magos? Su historia y datos curiosos.

La celebración de la Epifanía en Puerto Rico tiene una rica historia que comenzó con la llegada de los canarios.

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Meet the Dominican Who Narrates the Spanish Audiobook Translation of Obama’s ‘A Promised Land’

Victor Sabi's childhood dream was to tell stories. Today, as an award-winning voice actor, he is telling the stories—in Spanish—of world leaders Barack Obama and Nelson Mandela.

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May 2021 Be the Year People Stop Calling Latinos ‘Spanish’

Latinos may speak Spanish, but they are not Spanish, in the same way that Americans are not English. So why do some people use the terms interchangeably? It's complicated.

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5 Latino Trailblazers Who Should Be in All History Books

From traveling to space to advocating for equal rights, these five Latinos aimed high and made history.