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Boricua Artists Keep Making History: ‘Me Porto Bonito’ Overtakes ‘Despacito’ as...

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Remember when “Despacito” was the most listened Latin song in Spotify’s history? Well, that’s not the case any longer as Bad Bunny and Chencho...

Que Orgullo: Latinas in Journalism Are Being Honored in the Smithsonian’s...

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The influential role of Latina journalists often remains unsung in the tapestry of journalism in the United States. Yet, a groundbreaking new exhibit, "¡De...

Raoul A. Cortez, the Father of Spanish-language Radio in the U.S.,...

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Today, we celebrate a Latino icon – and Google is joining in!  Google has made it a point to honor what would have been Raoul...

Latin Music Continues to Break Records: First-Half 2023 Revenue Hits $627...

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The Latin music industry has hit an all-time high in terms of revenue during the first half of 2023. According to reports from the...

Adriana Kugler Shatters Glass Ceiling, Becomes First Latina on Federal Reserve...

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Latinas continue to show the world that nothing is impossible.   In another example that exemplifies the power of Latinas, Adriana Kugler has just become...

Historic: Mexico’s Supreme Court Challenges Abortion Restrictions

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Over half of Mexico’s population is Catholic, yet they were able to set their beliefs aside for the sake of body autonomy.  In a historic move,...

Súper Opportunity: National Museum of the American Latino Will Provide Internships...

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Did you know that a 2018 Art Museum Staff Demographics Survey found that only 12 percent of museum leadership positions were held by people...

For Entitled Tourists: This is Why You Can’t Climb the Pyramid...

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Ancient temples in Mexico keep making the news. Apparently, people are still struggling to understand how to visit these landmarks without being disrespectful to...

Five Things You Might Not Know About Carlos Santana

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When we heard that guitar guru Carlos Santana collapsed on stage last Tuesday night, we nearly collapsed in our seats ourselves. It was impossible to...

Beyond Tragedy, Uvalde’s Cultural History and Its Role in the Civil...

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An unthinkable tragedy put the city of Uvalde on the map for many people. However, its cultural and political history has been more important...

‘The Dust Never Settles,’ Karina Lickorish Quinn’s Novel About the Painful...

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For Karina Lickorish Quinn, the marginalization of stories is a global reality, but one that takes on "its own flavor" depending on each context....

Columbus Day Shouldn’t Be Observed. Here’s Why

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Columbus Day reflects everything that is wrong with the education system, and I am not only referring to the education system in the United...