Hypercompetent and strong, the new Latina stereotype may be positive but it’s still damaging. We deserve to see more of ourselves on screen.
The disdain my parents have for ODAAT Elena is blatant. I want to protect her, like I have myself, but her sitcom trappings make it impossible.
As we close out espooky season, we thank members of #TheLatinaPress who are covering all things scary, fall, and familial.
Wondering what we need to do to start succeeding in Hollywood? Let’s turn to what Latinx leaders in the industry have said needs to happen.
“Mosquita y Mari” is a special, one-of-a-kind gem for our community. Ten years after its premiere, it’s time we should honor it as such.
The first time I read This Bridge Called My Back, I was a junior in college. My favorite gender studies professor started a book club and bought everyone a copy of the recently released 4th edition. The department loved to talk about intersectionality, even though it was mostly led by white American and European women. […]
Justina Machado is one of those actors who you’ll watch whatever they’re in because they’re in it. This is our love letter to her, a Latina queen in a time when it’s pretty hard to even get on TV.
We have no idea what’s going to happen. We don’t know who’s going to win the election, when we’ll know the results, or how Trump and his cronies will respond to any of it. We do know that sitting in front of the TV, watching mostly white male pundits flap their jaws in the face of all […]
With everything going on, it can seem pretty silly to care about TV. But here I am, daydreaming about my shows and wondering how the Rona will affect them.
I’m taking the global pandemic one day at a time with One Day At A Time and I recommend you do too.