Latinos & Hispanics

Jewelry, bath products, leather goods and more, all from Latinx-owned brands.
Sixty two percent of Latinos who live in the U.S. say having darker skin hurts their chances of getting ahead while 59% say having light skin helps them.
These Latinx and Hispanic LGBTQ icons have had a huge impact culturally and politically.
The 24-year-old has gone viral for her informative videos about being Black, Latina and Honduran.
Lipsticks, eyeshadow palettes and more gorgeous cosmetics made by and for Latinx creators
Released Wednesday, the first day of Latinx Heritage Month, a new Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study warns of “an epidemic of invisibility.”
The ruling in Brnovich v. DNC could have implications for voting measures nationwide.
The alleged shooter wrote about "the superiority of the white race. About whites being ‘apex predators,’" the district attorney said. "He drew swastikas.”
On Fire Island, the Black and Brown Equity Coalition showed how to promote racial equity and amplify the most marginalized voices.
Around the world, women averaged an additional 173 extra hours of unpaid child care through October of last year.
Floyd's brother attended the unveiling on Juneteenth. The vandalism might be the second time Patriot Front fascists have defaced Floyd's image this month.
Even though she missed out on the iconic part, Hayek walked away with a celebrity friendship that's spanned decades.
Tuesday's announcement comes as health officials across the nation are urging young Americans to get vaccinated as new coronavirus variants spread.
Coronado High School players threw tortillas at athletes from the predominantly Latino Orange Glen High School following their 60-57 win.
They are disproportionately detained, receive higher bond costs, and say they face unfair treatment within detention centers.
Right-wing media and the GOP are still trying to shift blame for the Capitol riot. Their latest ploy? Claiming the insurrection was organized by the FBI.
The Dominican-born chef explains what the path to success looks like for third-generation Latinos working in restaurants.
The director talks about getting the long-awaited adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes’ Tony-winning musical into theaters.
The Pulitzer-winning playwright talks about the long journey to get the groundbreaking musical from the Broadway stage to the big screen.