In her recently released “¡Ándale, Prieta!,” Mexican-American author Yasmín Ramírez shares a moving ode to her childhood in El Paso, Texas, growing up a “prieta.” This debut memoir is a love letter to Yasmín’s family, her grandmother, and to women everywhere who have felt silenced, pained, or alone.
I appreciate ‘Love, Victor’ for its commitment to showing the realities of life as a queer person of color. It never held back.
Ecuadorian-American Victoria Buitron explores her life as a child of two countries and many borders in ‘A Body Across Two Hemispheres.’
‘Crush’ is a hilarious, heartwarming movie about embracing identity, being fearless, and letting go of fantasies—all in the name of queer love.
The Latinx Sixteen Candles is a chance to celebrate our culture and provide representation that is much more nuanced than the original.
Dominican and Caribbean-American author Naima Coster is unafraid to tell extraordinary stories about ordinary families, especially the women that lead them. Her sophomore novel “What’s Mine and Yours” is now out in paperback.
Euphoria’s two Latina characters, Maddy and Kat, offer more fuel to the backlash fire, deepening rather than undercutting Latina stereotypes.
YA author Crystal Maldonado is making her mark on Latinx readers across the world. Crystal’s stories center fat, beautiful, brown girls chasing the love they’ve always deserved but haven’t received–until now.
Despite the girls’ lives being torn apart by war, the heart of ‘Noche de Fuego’ is not their fear but the love they share.
Finding out last week that Netflix had canceled ‘Gentefied’ after only two seasons felt like a gut-punch. And I know what to blame: capitalism.