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Diego Iraheta

Eduardo Cunha: Ciao, Darling!

Diego Iraheta | May 5, 2016 | World
Cunha's removal from the Lower House has both legal and moral implications. After all, the most important court in the country has finally imposed the first and foremost defeat of one of the icons of Brazil's current ethical and political disaster.
Paul A. Bromley

Larry Wilmore Can Call President Obama The N-Word. Get Over It

Paul A. Bromley | May 5, 2016 | Black Voices
The president makes me proud to be a Black man and proud to be an American. He puts respeck on all of our names by the example he sets. I root for him the way I root for all of my niggas. Obama wants to see me win. I believe that.
Ellie Guzman

How to Effectively Antagonize Latino People on Cinco De Mayo

Ellie Guzman | May 5, 2016 | Latino Voices
Ah, Cinco De Mayo. I can smell it now: the tacos, the margaritas, the racism. Here's how to show the Latino people around you that you don't really care for them as humans.
Alexandra Rosas

It Lies Below The Land of the Remembered

Alexandra Rosas | May 5, 2016 | Latino Voices
Do not mess with the radio dial when a song comes on that I'm contemplating for my funeral. I need to hear it for the full 3 minutes and 32 seconds before I decide if I want it or not. My three children know this. If they reach over...
Julio Pabon

Bartolo Colón: The Dominican With the 2nd Most Wins in MLB

Julio Pabon | May 4, 2016 | Latino Voices
On Monday May 2, Bartolo pitched eight shutout innings in a 4-1 win over the Atlanta Braves at Citi-Field before a hometown crowd to record his 220th career win surpassing Pedro Martínez as the second most wins for a Dominican pitcher.

What 'Girl, Interrupted' Taught Me About Mental Health

xoJANE | May 3, 2016 | Women
"Crazy isn't being broken, or swallowing a dark secret. It's you or me... amplified."
Cindy Nava

After 15 Internships, I Can Finally Be Hired For Wages

Cindy Nava | May 3, 2016 | Latino Voices
President Barrack Obama will always hold a special place in the hearts of DREAMers. His leadership and courage to enact DACA in the face of all the derision and political pressures he received from Congress, is beyond commendable.
Paula Escobar Chavarría

A Day at the Best Restaurant in the World

Paula Escobar Chavarría | May 4, 2016 | Latino Voices
First will be champagne and a strange dish. It's a corrugated paper lamp in the shape of a sphere, surrounded by a black ribbon, and anchored to a piece of wood that looks like a sculpture. The waiters, dressed in elegant black, seem to be following a great choreography, in...
The Establishment

When Robots Are an Instrument of Male Desire

The Establishment | May 3, 2016 | Women
The popularity of feminine-gendered AI makes sense in a world where women still aren't seen as fully human. But these machines also reflect the rise of the service economy, which relies on emotional labor that's performed by women, with a "customer is always right" ethos imposed upon the whole affair.
Hirania Luzardo

How Latinos are Changing Charlotte's Face

Hirania Luzardo | May 3, 2016 | Latino Voices
It is easy to fall in love with Charlotte. Charlotte is a captivating place; a modern and a quiet urban city with a solid financial network of banks and well-preserved historical neighborhoods. It seems to have been pulled out...
Aleichia Williams

Things You've Probably Heard If You're Afro-Latino

Aleichia Williams | May 2, 2016 | Latino Voices
I think people would be surprised how many times I've had another Latin-American person call my hair "nappy." As if my hair is license to my ethnicity.
The Good Men Project

When Your Unhappy Wife Says It's Not About You, She's Lying

The Good Men Project | May 2, 2016 | Divorce
I spend my life working with entrepreneurial women who prefer not to go home. I am going to share a few of the things they tell me that a man may never guess would be a problem.
Esteban Beltrán

Torture In Iraq Cannot Go Unpunished

Esteban Beltrán | May 2, 2016 | World
Investigations into human rights violations should not be carried out in military courts; they should be investigated in civilian courts.
Latino USA

From NPR's Latino USA: Whatever Floats Your Vote

Latino USA | May 2, 2016 | Latino Voices
We take another look at the 2016 election and explore the Latino identity of Ted Cruz, why there's a generation gap with Latinos and report on Hillary Clinton's relationship with a coup in Honduras. We also talk with residents of the Virgin Islands, who can't vote in general elections, and a newly naturalized citizen taking part in the voting process for the first time.
Laurie David

It's Time for Soda's Superstar Songsters to Change Their Tune

Laurie David | May 2, 2016 | Entertainment
I don't believe Selena Gomez or Andra Day would intentionally harm a single child, and yet their association with Coke will inevitably set millions of children on a path to poor health. We can't go on letting these stars use their cachet to hook our kids.
Geraldine Estevez

Is Racism to Blame for the Lack of Latinos in Media?

Geraldine Estevez | May 2, 2016 | Latino Voices
Why is it that even in 2015, it's still not commonplace to stumble upon a media company that not only acknowledges the Hispanic community, but includes said community without apparent hesitation?
Amy Hinojosa

A Call for Latino Votes Over Violence

Amy Hinojosa | April 29, 2016 | Latino Voices
We have to acknowledge that the Hispanic community in the United States is reaching a critical level where we feel at best invisible and at worst hated. This is not about a revolution. We do not have to lower ourselves to crime in order to be heard.

Travel in the Educational Cloud: Navigating Latin America's Learning Portals

FOMIN | April 29, 2016 | Education
By Marcelo Cabrol Marcelo Cabrol is the manager of all external communications for the Inter-American Development Bank Group. His portfolio includes Demand Solutions, a business model that applies entrepreneurial thinking to solving persistent development problems in fields such as health,...
Marian Wright Edelman

Hope Is Waiting for the U.S. Supreme Court

Marian Wright Edelman | April 29, 2016 | Politics
Texas and 25 other states filed a lawsuit to block President Obama's November 2014 executive action to help keep immigrant families together. The DAPA and expanded DACA initiatives would help parents remain in the U.S. temporarily to work, further their education, and support their families.
Jason Hernandez

You Serve Your Time, Earn Your Freedom, Then the Job Market Shuts the Door in Your Face

Jason Hernandez | April 29, 2016 | Politics
I'd heard that it's hard for those who have served time to find work, but I was confident because I thought I had the skills I needed to get my life back on track and become a productive member of my community. I had no idea that the job market is barricaded against people like me.
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