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Things Change and Don't Change

Many times, time goes by without any improvements. Things change and don’t change.

Years ago Native American children were taken from their parents and placed in white family homes and were forbidden to speak their language. 61 more words

Telemundo's New Global Headquarters Opens in Miami

On April 10, 2018, NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises announced the inauguration of Telemundo Center, its new global headquarters in Miami, FL. Telemundo Center sets the new standard for Hispanic media as the only next-generation, multimedia production facility with news, sports, entertainment, studios, international and digital all under one roof. 209 more words


La BROCHA April Art Workshop in Southeast Chicago

Latinas/os Buscando Refugio y Optimismo Cuando Hacen Arte – Latinas/os seeking refuge & optimism when doing art (LA BROCHA – The Paintbrush) invites older Latinas/os to participate in a free art workshop led by a professional artist. 65 more words



Saturday mornings are spent here

All of our dirty laundry and

all of our dirty gossip

is sent to Lavandería

The smell of bleach and Downey… 73 more words


Coachella, Underground

“But the festival has little bearing on the lives of people on the valley’s east side, except perhaps as a reminder of how easy it is to not see them.” Investigative journalist Gabriel Thompson explores the lives of Latinos and the undocumented in California’s Coachella Valley, a region known for its annual music festival.


Coachella, Alternativo

Gabriel Thompson | Longreads | Abril 2018 | 29 minutos (8,025 palabras)

Esta historia se produjo en colaboración con The Investigative Fund, un proyecto del The Nation Institute.

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