People celebrate Pride in different ways but it’s always a good idea to support queer Latine representation in entertainment.
“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.
These five Latinas are proof you can follow your dreams, be unabashedly yourself, and create your own path – all while making a difference.
A partnership between #WeAllGrow Latina and LatinaMedia.Co THE OLYMPICS Costa Rican gymnast Luciana Alvarado made us proud by working a Black Lives Matter Tribute into her routine. We have to acknowledge the greatness of Simone Biles and Naomi Osaka as one of our favs, Carmen Phillips, did in her wonderful note to Black girls everywhere for Autostraddle. And for a final dose of […]
To celebrate the inclusion and portrayal of Latinxs on TV and to inspire much more to come, we are sharing 12 groundbreaking Latinx TV shows you should know about.
Last week, I put on my mask and walked shoulder to shoulder with hundreds of people into AT&T park to watch In the Heights. The film was billed as the second coming, a first-of-its-kind Latinx Hollywood utopia, but I had my doubts. As Felice León from The Root asked, “In sum: Where are all of […]
We’re disappointed but we’re not surprised. Yet again 2020 is another year with no Latinx people getting Emmy nominations. It’s not that we haven’t tried – 2019 featured some amazing talent. From MJ Rodriguez’s iconic role as Blanca in the critically acclaimed Pose to Julissa Calderon’s stand out performance in Gentified, this year was filled […]
In 2020, let’s consume a TV diet that’s 90% women-led (or more!)and keep pushing the representation ratio in the right direction.
Our criteria? How much we liked it (duh), its overall quality (based on our scientific quality meter), and how smart it was when it came to matters of gender, race, sexuality, etc.
There were many beautiful moments at the 2019 Emmy’s, but we couldn’t help but notice that Latinas were not just absent, but ignored.