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Interview with Juana Bordas, Author of ‘The Power of Latino Leadership: Culture, Inclusion, and Contribution’


"The purpose of leadership is not just about business or the economy. Leadership is about creating the society we want to live in." Read More »

Republicans Wipeout on Minority Tsunami

The GOP chose William F. Buckley's path against Barry Goldwater's warnings, and the 2012 election proved their error. Read More »

Somos Republicans: With Friends Like These, Who Needs Enemies?

"We welcome....those few Cubans and Puerto Ricans who embrace....and....accept our rightful leadership role." Say what? Read More »

Mitt Romney, Mexican-American: Labelism Reaches A New Low

Mitt Romney has been called many things, but now a Hispanic? Oy vey. Read More »

Book Review: Faces, Souls, and Painted Crows by Rudi Unterthiner

A fascinating soul searching journey. Read More »

Interview with Anna-Marie Lopez, Author of The Tortilla Children

"Artists are looked upon as irresponsible and nontraditional. Thank God!" Read More »

Failure To Vote Should Never Be An Option

Cowardly TV ad tells Nevada Latinos 'don't vote' Read More »

Do Art Museums Need Curators of “Latino Art”?

Is there such a thing as "Latino Art"? Should artists be collected because of made-up ethnic labels? Read More »

DVD Review: Paul Rodrigeuz Presents Comedy Rehab

He's back. He's clean (at least in English). He's brought friends. Read More »

DVD Review: Paul Rodriguez Presents: Comedy Rehab

Comedian Paul Rodriguez hosts an evening of all Hispanic/Latino comedy in Santa Fe. Read More »