One of the most powerful moments of Imelda is Not Alone, a documentary short directed by award-winning Salvadoran filmmaker Paula Heredia, is seeing a young rape victim handcuffed to her hospital bed accused of attempted murder after accidentally giving birth in a toilet to a child she didn’t know she was carrying. The scene introduces […]
“Love is Blind” is set in Texas this time and episode six brought up one of the most hotly contested political topics in the state – abortion.
The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade is gut wrenching, but we will never relinquish our power.
Growing up, telenovelas taught me about a woman’s right to choose her own destiny. Something I included when I made my own, “Princess of South Beach.”
In #TheLatinaPress Issue 10, we look back on the 49th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the cancellation of ‘Gentefied,’ and Latinas many contributions to fashion.
Usually, no one dies on Call the Midwife. And it’s definitely a good thing since the show focuses on giving birth. I mean, I for one, would not watch a dead baby (or a dead mommy) show. No, Call the Midwife uses death sparingly, unlike say Grey’s Anatomy where you can expect about a third of the patients to kick the […]