There was nothing quite like hearing Ana Morales say, “I am a brown lesbian woman” in the middle of a corporate boardroom in Gentefied’s second season.
We admit it, we’ve been falling hard for Rutherford Falls. Created by Navajo and Mexican American Sierra Teller Ornelas, it’s rare to have a show that centers the modern Indigenous experience. It also happens to be funny, witty, and full of great performances. But honestly, who cares what we think? The real experts here are Indigenous women. So in a break from our traditional, What Latinas Have to Say, we’ve rounded up Native journalists covering the show.
Can a show that’s white and male still expand who can be a hero, who’s worthy of our attention, and who deserves to have their story told?
The second season of “Vida”is available to stream on the Starz app Thursday, May 23 with episodes airing weekly on the Starz network starting Sunday, May 26. The first season is available now on Starz and via the Hulu add-on. Warning: spoilers ahead. The second season of Starz’ Vida is out this week and I’m so excited. If […]