Actor John Leguizamo attends the Premiere of Netflix's 'Bloodline' at Westwood Village Theatre on May 24, 2016, in Westwood, California. He penned a piece on his Latino experience for the New York Times.

READ: John Leguizamo Calls on Latinxs to Vote This Election—And Demands Political Equality

The actor wrote a telling op-ed history lesson—from colonialism to representation in media.

CDC Report: Latinos Diagnosed With HIV At 3 Times Rate of Whites

A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that Latinos in the U.S. and Puerto Rico are three times more likely than whites to be diagnosed with HIV

Latinos Voters Say Trump Is Tarnishing the GOP Brand

Seventy-five percent of Latinos polled do not like Donald Trump.

Latino Evangelicals Push—and Win—on Death Penalty Abolition in Nebraska

Latinos make up just 10 percent of Nebraska’s population—but account for half the inmates on death row. 

Latinos in the Big Apple: Racism Is a Norm in Families and Community

Check out this conversation.

Five Problems With The Economist's Special Report on Latinos

From racial slurs to confusing ethnonyms, it’s one big headache.

Univision Fires Host For Racist Michelle Obama Commentary

Rodner Figueroa said the First Lady looked like she was part of the cast of ‘Planet of the Apes.’

Latino Life by the Numbers

A new book shows how this growing demographic votes, goes to school, consumes entertainment–and a lot more.

Chipotle Finally Adds Latino Authors to 'Cultivated Thought' Series

Julia Alvarez and Paulo Coelho are among the new names added to the project.

The Spanish Language Version of the SOTU is Unbelievably Bad

¿Sí se puede? More like ¡No Se Puede!

ICYMI: Alex Rivera Talks People of Color and Sci-Fi Futures

“If the country you live in calls you and your family aliens, you better come with some science fiction.”

Three Takeaways from Remezcla's Best of 2014 Lists

From hilarious music trends to gorgeous Instagram accounts, Remezcla’s got Latino 2014 covered.

So How Much Did Obama's Immigration Delay Hurt Latino Turnout?

It didn’t help Latino voter turnout.

Latino, Immigration Groups Demand Reform After GOP's Sweeping Wins

Immigration reform groups and lawmakers warn Democrats not to take Latinos for granted.

Federal Inaction on Immigration May Affect Latino Voter Turnout

Organizers say federal inaction on immigration may mean that many Latinos stay home today.

Debunking the Myth That Latinos Are Anti-Choice

New survey suggests that most Latino voters in Texas think women should have access to abortion without political interference.

Goya Foods Ready to Bring Latino Food to the Rest of America

Tracking the growth of Goya Foods, and the Latino population alongside it.

Google's Latino-Targeted Domain, .SOY, Inspires Frustration, Confusion

Can the corporation do right by marketing a new top-level domain?

Queer and Trans Latinos Reclaim Their History for Hispanic Heritage Month

Honor 41’s video series wants to right the wrongs of the past.

Beyond Frida Kahlo: Latin American Art in the U.S. (Listen)

Daniel Alarcón talked with art critic Carolina Miranda for Radio Ambulante about the dilemma’s facing Latino artists in the United States