Latinx

Christian Serratos. Close up of Latinx woman with dark hair putting on red lipstick.

WATCH: Christian Serratos to Star in New 'Selena' Series

Netflix dropped a trailer for its new 2020 series, which shows “The Walking Dead” star giving new life to the story of singer Selena Quintanilla.

Jennifer Lopez. Latinx woman with blond hair in a high ponytail, wearing red high neck top standing in front of step and repeat.

Hollywood Struggles to Represent Latinx People On Screen

A new study found that over the course of a decade, just 3 percent of the 100 top-grossing movies starred Latinx actors.

Latinx Population. Three young adults, two of whom are looking down at a phone.

Which State Is Experiencing the Fastest Latinx Population Growth?

The results of a new Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau population estimates might surprise you.

Jeni Rivera. Middle-aged Latinx woman with blond hair.

Jenni Rivera Biopic In the Works

The world-famous Banda singer will be celebrated via a film penned by the screenwriter who created “What’s Love Got to Do with It.”

Tanya Saracho. Latinx woman with blonde shoulder length hair, blue glasses and red floral top.

'Vida' Showrunner Tanya Saracho Talks Authenticity

As the all-Latinx series returns on Starz, its co-creator gets real on colorism and other typically taboo topics.

Cast of "Le Chicano." Nine people stand in a line in front of black backdrop

READ: Why the Creators of 'El Chicano' Fought for a Latinx Cast

This is what it looks like when filmmakers resist Hollywood #SoWhite.

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'The Curse of La Llorona' Tops Box Office, Draws Criticism for Appropriation

Many criticized Warner Bros. for appropriating Latinx culture in its marketing for the film: “It heightens the fear factor around a traditional practice and commodifies and exploits our culture just to get people to see their movie.”

Two young Latinnx women, one wearing braces, sit side by side.

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.

A Latinx  man waring a brown suit jacket and tie stands on a stage with a mic in his hand.

John Leguizamo's One-Man Show 'Latin History for Morons' Hits the Road

The comedian will break down Latinx history through the ages on his nationwide tour.

Eva Longoria. Latinx woman with brown hair smiles in black shirt and gold jewelry in frong of woman in brown leopard-print shirt and brown scaffolding and blue curtain

Eva Longoria Seeks Stories Affirming Latinx Humanity

“We have to think of ourselves as more, and I want to show that on TV.”

a light skin boy wearing a clear poncho in the rain in front of a high school holds up a sign at a rally that says "we stand with L A teachers"

LA Teachers Strike Enters Fifth Day with Thousands of Supporters

Tens of thousands of teachers, parents, students and supporters in the Los Angeles Unified School District are demanding better pay, smaller class sizes and more resources and support staff for students—nearly 75 percent of whom are Latinx.

Ariana DeBose. Black Latinx woman with black hair in white outfit sings into black microphone on black stand in front of blue curtain and green lights

Meet the Latinx Stars of the 'West Side Story' Remake

Tony winners Ariana DeBose and David Alvarez will join Josh Andrés Rivera, newcomer Rachel Zegler and returning star Rita Moreno for the Steven Spielberg-helmed remake.

A Maya teen holds a portrait of herself wearing a traditional corte dress

WATCH: Teen Photographers Capture Generations of Maya Women and Girls

A new short documentary profiles six Guatemelan teen photographers who are tackling representation, racism and classism through their project Maya Womxn of LA.

Multicolored pins, including gold one spelling "Selena" and yellow one with text spelling "COMO LA FLOR" on denim vest worn by person in black tank top in front of crowd

Selena Fans Cheer for Netflix Series—With Reservations

The news of a biopic series about the late queen of Tejano music has fans (mostly) jumping for joy.

A Black man in a red printed shirt sits on a couch in front of an exposed brick wall and fireplace

Who Does Louie Ortiz Fonseca Think He Is?

Ahead of the 2020 census, 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. Presenting our closer, Puerto Rican curator, youth worker and activist Louie Ortiz Fonseca. 

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

Who Does Janvieve Williams Comrie Think She Is?

Ahead of the 2020 census, 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 the Panamanian human rights activist and professor Janvieve Williams Comrie.

Poet and activist Maegan Ortiz stands in front of a brown printed cloth, wearing a shirt that reads "Las mujeres son peligrosas"

Who Does Maegan Ortiz Think She Is?

Ahead of the 2020 census, 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 Puerto Rican poet and activist Maegan Ortiz.

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 the 2020 census, 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 the 2020 census, 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 the Indigenous, Cuban- and Nigerian-American poet, healer and priestess Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi. 

Amara La Negra. Black woman with brown afro in orange outfit smiles while holding microphone with grey cover in front of purple background with light blue text

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.