Art Installation Hopes to Give People of Color Reparations Through Rest
Navild Acosta on his “Black Power Naps/Siestas Negras”: “The sleep gap is really inherited generational trauma. It is living in our bones.”
Study and Roundtable Explore How Latinx Community Experiences Colorism
Those with darker skin are more likely to say they’ve been discriminated against, drawing a line directly to race.
Amara La Negra Traces 'Footprints' of Black Latinx Music History
The singer traces the African diaspora’s influence on Latinx music and culture in a new animated series from Tidal.
Epic 80-Part Series on Celia Cruz Now Available on Netflix
“Celia” portrays the iconic Cuban singer’s rise to global superstardom. Now, the Telemundo series is available with English subtitles on Netflix.
SURVEY: U.S. Afro-Latinos More Likely to Identify as White Than Black
The Pew Research Center survey also revealed that a quarter of Afro-Latinos report their race as “Hispanic.”
Tackling Race and Racism in the Latino Community
Melissa M. Valle asks important–and recurring–questions
Watch Rosa Clemente Talk Afro-Latina Identity at Cal State LA
The hip-hop scholar and activist explores the black radical tradition.