Eric Esquivel Confronts the Violence of Borders in His Work
The “Border Town” writer on the highs and lows of challenging Latinx identity boundaries.
Hollywood Doesn't Pay Bankable Latinx Actresses Their Worth
There are no women of color on Forbes’ latest list of the industry’s highest-earning actresses. Remezcla examines the wage gap for Latinx thespians via the status of the extremely bankable Zoe Saldana.
'Blindspotting' Director Carlos López Estrada: 'Being Mexican-American Gives Me a Certain Responsibility'
The filmmaker discusses his new narrative film about gentrification and racism in Oakland in a new interview.
Libros 787 Fights to Conserve Puerto Rico's Literary Legacy
The online bookstore, named for the island’s primary area code, is developing a singular location for Puerto Rican literature.
Devyn Galindo Captures East LA's Xicanx Youth Culture in Debut Book
Galindo—a non-binary queer artist of Mexican-American descent—discusses photo book, “We Are Still Here,” in a new interview with Remezcla.
Jorge Ramos Condemns 'Trump Effect' On Immigrants' Children in New Interview
The Univision and Fusion anchor spoke to ReMezcla about Trump’s rhetoric and Fusion’s new documentary, “Hate Rising,” which will air tonight.
Seminal Chicano Punk Band's Bassist Slams Non-Confrontational Artists and Activists
Jesus Velo: “Our continual goal is to destroy every succeeding generation of patronizing Latino American groups.”
Afro-Mexican Activists Fight for Constitutional Recognition in Mexico
Mexicans of African descent are curently not recognized in Mexico’s national census.
Three Takeaways from Remezcla's Best of 2014 Lists
From hilarious music trends to gorgeous Instagram accounts, Remezcla’s got Latino 2014 covered.
Remezcla's New Video Explores the Politics of the Dance Floor
Mexico City’s Fvded and Haiti’s Cyborg Dance Collective tear it up
Juan Bago and Remezcla Team Up on New Web Series
The new comedy follows the trials of apiring Latino producers.