The Border that Crossed Mexicans (video)

In 1973, the American filmmaker Stuart Hersh explored the Mexican history and heritage in his documentary “La Raza”. After the Mexican-American war, from 1846 to 1948, the United States government established a new border in the south. The country had new territories, with thousands of Mexicans there; but they weren’t considered Americans. Basically, both governments abandoned…

Latinas are Trying to Make America Greater… But!

In 2060, Hispanic women will be the third female population in the United States. Now, they are having better performance in the school than men, but they are not having the same retribution, even compared to their counterpart which has less schooling. “In fact, Latinas are graduating from high school at higher rates than their…

15 Years After 9/11 (video)

On September 11 of 2001, a terrorist attack destroyed the Twin Towers, the original WTC of New York. These buildings were, since 1966, iconic structures of Manhattan. Now, the new skyscraper is part of the city, but after 15 years, people still don’t forget what was there.  The area was designed by Michael Arad and…

The Mexican President Betrayed the LGBTQ Community

In May 17, the Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto gave hope to the LGBTQ community when he announced his decree about the gay marriage and other rights for this social group. The idea sounded fabulous, because it was following the verdict of the Supreme Court of 2015, which considers the prohibition of the gay marriage…

Radiography of Hispanic in the United States

The Republican candidate for the Presidency, Donald Trump, does not speak well about Mexicans… and even about Puerto Ricans or Colombians. But, is the Hispanic community important for the general elections in the United States? Of course! There are 55 million people of this group living in this country. This is the last U.S. Census…