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Two WOC Win Michelin Stars For the First Time in History

The culinary world is famously dominated by men but this year two women made history when they were awarded Michelin stars for their work.  Karime López became the first chef from Mexico to be awarded a Michelin star while Mariya Russell became the first Black woman to receive a Michelin star. They both grew up…

“Selena: The Series” Confirms Full Cast including Christian Serratos

Fans of Selena have been hearing about Selena: The Series for months now and Netflix just announced the cast that includes The Walking Dead’s Christian Serratos as the Tejano icon. The series debuts on Netflix in 2020 and both Selena’s sister Suzette Quintanilla and her dad Abraham Quintanilla Jr. are executive producers on the series….

Jennifer Lopez Gets Real About a Director Requesting to See Her Topless Off Set

Jennifer Lopez joined Scarlett Johansson, Laura Dern, Renée Zellweger, Lupita Nyong’o, and Awkwafina for the Oscar Actress Roundtable and opened up about everything from how terrifying it was to perform the opening pole dance scene in Hustlers to the off-set harassment she once experienced from a male director. One of the questions the actresses were…

25 Simple Ways to Make Your Latinx Holiday Recipes Healthier

The holidays are around the corner and that means eating tons of delicious ham, pan con pollo, mashed potatoes, plantains, pupusas, rice, beans, pie, cake, tamales — you name it! It also means that you’ll be eating a lot of foods that might not be the best for you in big portions. We’re here to…

Queer Artist Maite Nazario Is raising QPOC visibility in Atlanta

On a small chunk of the Atlanta BeltLine, which spans seven miles of trail on the east and west sides of the city, is a mural of a black queer couple. They sit, leaning into each other in a loving embrace. Flowers sprout from behind them and an orange-yellow circle representing the warmth you feel…

DACA In Danger of Not Surviving Supreme Court Ruling

Yesterday DACA supporters and DREAMers took to the streets as the Supreme Court justices heard oral arguments on whether or not DACA is a legal program and if Trump can officially end it. While the four liberal judges, including Justice Sonia Sotomayor, are critical of Trump’s approach, Justice John Roberts and the four other conservatives…

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is Calling for the Resignation of Stephen Miller

The Latinx community has been the target of the Trump Administration since before Donald Trump became president. When we’re not being called rapists and criminals, we’re being discriminated for speaking Spanish, are reminded that the current administration is trying to impose a billion-dollar border wall, or are being targeted by ICE. Right now, many of…

Why the DACA Fight Needs to Matter to Everyone

We are sitting outside of the Supreme Court of the United States, awaiting the futures of our friends and families to be determined in the coming days. As the moon sets and the bright lights of the Capitol building shine down upon us, I have Angela Davis’ ​Freedom is a Constant Struggle​ on my lap,…

Latin GRAMMYs: 30 of the Most Memorable and Iconic Performances

On November 14, the Latin GRAMMYs will be celebrating two decades of showcasing and honoring Latin music and the artists who create it. The awards telecast has allowed us as a people and culture, to really examine, learn, and embrace so many different musical genres, from several different parts of Latin America and beyond. This…