Latinx

Fierce As Fuck: The Future of Poetry Is Brown & Queer

This is a moment of poetic renaissance and poets of color are paving the way.

9 Movies That Put Trump’s Wall To Shame

We’re not going to forget our history, and we’re not going to let other people forget it either. Read more »

The Fragility of Solidarity: Family History and Political Identity

Easier to blame POC “identity politics” than anti-Blackness or wages of whiteness. Easier to fall in line with the new president than to resist. Read more »

Too Many Kooks in the Kitchen: #Burritogate and Co-opting Mexican Culture

This “adventure narrative” is hugely successful in food culture: The chef has a cultural experience, and patrons get to taste a new version of the inspiration. It’s a story that sells. Read more »

“Sirena” Empowers Cholas To Create Community

Sirena is seven tracks of pure euphoria, best enjoyed while biking around the graffitied streets of your hood of choice. Read more »

Selena Forever

Selena remains one of the most important musicians of all time. Read more »

Don’t Call Me Hispanic: A Bitch Roundtable on Latinx Identities

We convened a Latinx Bitch Media roundtable to talk about the term “Hispanic” versus “Latinx” and how these words contribute to or erase the identities of communities of color. Read more »

Put on a Zoot Suit: Modern-Day Xenophobia Rekindles a Chicano Theatre Classic

The Sleepy Lagoon Trial sprang out of a climate of strong anti-Mexican sentiment in 1940s southern California, and most of the astounding details of the defendants’ violated due process in Zoot Suit are true to life Read more »

Ride or Die: Documentary "Ovarian Psycos" Paints a Complex Portrait of a Badass Latinx Bicycle Gang

Ovarian Psycos provides an intimate look inside contemporary East Los Angeles. Read more »

BitchTapes: Las Rockeras

 Walls are not the future, y’all. A globe full of people grooving to Krudas Cubensi is the future. Read more »

Art Collective Electric Machete Is A Movement for Latinx Artists

The group based out of the Twin Cities is reclaiming space in the art scene for women of color.  Read more »