Latinx
A Black woman with dreds stands next to a bush of pink flowers

Who Does Janvieve Williams Comrie Think She Is?

Ahead of Census 2020, Cuban-American writer and activist Rosana Cruz is talking to a range of Latinx-identified movement leaders, artists and cultural innovators about how they define themselves racially. On deck is Panamanian human rights activist and professor Janvieve Williams Comrie.
A Equadorian man wears a red cowboy hat and matching suit and holds up a book titled "Encuentro."

Who Does José Torres-Tama Think He Is?

Ahead of Census 2020, Cuban-American writer and activist Rosana Cruz is talking to a range of Latinx-identified movement leaders, artists and cultural innovators about how they define themselves racially. Say hello to Ecuadorian writer and performance artist José Torres-Tama.
A Brown woman wearing a red shirt, a necklace and a pink flower in her hand

Who Does Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi Think She Is?

Ahead of Census 2020, Cuban-American writer and activist Rosana Cruz is talking to a range of Latinx-identified movement leaders, artists and cultural innovators about how they define themselves racially. Next up is Indigenous, Cuban- and Nigerian-American poet, healer and priestess Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi.
Daisy Hernández. Latinx person with dark bob haircut, brightly colored top and book in hands.

Who Does Daisy Hernández Think She Is?

Ahead of Census 2020, Cuban-American writer and activist Rosana Cruz is talking to a range of Latinx-identified movement leaders, artists and cultural innovators about how they define themselves racially. First up is Cuban- and Colombian-American writer, journalist and professor Daisy Hernández.