Celebrating Christmas as a Latino, today means that celebrations pour over borders and become part of our own traditions. Is not just about celebrating a native tradición but celebrating the traditions we took from our neighboring countries.
Sophia a Peruvian Francesa y ahora Neoyorquina reminisces on Peruvian Panetón (Panettone) while Paola remember listening to Perico Ripiao in every colmado in Dominican Republic.
After Trump's election, Lydia got punched in the face at the mall because of her dark skin and afro-like hair.
En este episodio, exploramos lo que significa identidad -we talk to Lydia about being Mexican and African American in the Midwest - dealing with the issues of Inmigración and racial profiling - and about the threats her father received after Trump’s election.
Amalia got caught by border patrol and in a split second she had to make the decision; give her baby to the coyote and hope he’ll get the infant safe to her relatives in the U.S. or to take her four-month-old back home, to El Salvador.