The terminology used to describe people of Latin American or Hispanic descent has become increasingly confusing for people in the Latinx community and others alike.
October 16, 2022
We are thrilled to showcase content centered on Latinx members of our community — including profiles, spoken word poetry, photography and illustrations.
October 15, 2022
This poem is dedicated to my mom, a strong, resilient and beautiful woman from Michoacán, Mexico.
My parents son de un rancho en mi lindo Michoacán.
Every Mexican has a tio who they aren’t quite sure is their tio — biologically, at least.
Latin America has a complicated relationship with democracy, filled with plot twists, unbelievable comebacks of dictatorships, and a lack of democratic political culture.
October 14, 2022
Martha Muñoz, Enrique M. De La Cruz and Daniel Colón Ramos reflect on their journeys in science academia and emphasize commitments toward increasing diversity and representation in education.
The News' illustrations editor reflects on his cover art for the Latinx Heritage Month special issue.
Latinx students, who make up just 4 percent of Yale Athletics, described their experiences of joy and pride while representing their cultures across Yale Athletics.
October 13, 2022
Over family weekend, the LatinXcellence Showcase welcomed dancers, comedians, poets and other performers to showcase all mediums of Latinx art as La Casa celebrates Latinx Heritage Month.
October 11, 2022