For the last issue of TheLatinaPress, we celebrate talented Latina writers whose powerful stories resonate with our community’s heartbeat.
We’ve got recommendations for some Latine horror films from classics to contemporary works guaranteed to shake you up at least a little.
With oppression and amnesia as the status quo, “La Llorona” provides a counter-story to the narrative that Indigenous people are powerless.
Yesterday, the Oscar nominations were released and while we celebrate that for the first time in history two women (and one woman of color!) have been nominated in the Best Director category, we couldn’t help but notice the lack of Latinx representation. This year, only five Latinx folks were nominated in four categories: Best Documentary […]