Storyboard: Abuelita Más Que Chocolate (11)

Abuelita Más Que Chocolate, a weekly series, conversations Emmanuel Garcia shares with Filiberta Trujillo, his grandmother. Abuelita Más Que Chocolate is a feature of Storyboard.

Storyboard: Abuelita Más Que Chocolate (10)

Abuelita Más Que Chocolate, a weekly series, conversations Emmanuel Garcia shares with Filiberta Trujillo, his grandmother. Abuelita Más Que Chocolate is a feature of Storyboard.

AIDS: Pedro Zamora at 40

I contributed a story on Latino AIDS activist, Pedro Zamora for Windy City Times  – AIDS @ 30 series.  Pedro Zamora was a huge influence on my young adult life and I am honored to highlight his legacy as part of this project.  The AIDS at 30 series was nominated for a 2012 GLAAD award…

Puerto Rican LGBT Activist Shares Moment with Ricky Martin

LGBT activist, Pedro Julio Serrano, shares a moment backstage with singer and Broadway star, Ricky Martin. Serrano has been in celebratory mode this week, he recently celebrated his 18th anniversary of being diagnosed HIV positive. The highly anticipated broadway production of Evita opens April 5, 2012. Pedro Julio Serrano posted this picture on his Facebook…

Storyboard: Abuelita Más Que Chocolate (8)

Abuelita Más Que Chocolate, a weekly series, conversations Emmanuel Garcia shares with Filiberta Trujillo, his grandmother. Abuelita Más Que Chocolate is an audio feature of Storyboard.

Rafael López Talks Latin Music Legends Stamps

Last week the United States Postal Service released its Latin Music Legends Commemorative Forever Stamps. The five artists honored are Celia Cruz, Selena, Carlos Gardel, Tito Puente, and Carmen Miranda. Artist, Rafael López, who is mostly known for his colorful abstract murals and surrealist Children’s book illustrations, painted the five designs. This was the third…

Latin@s: It Gets Better (Se pone mejor)

Here is a list of videos by Latino/as who have contributed a piece of their story to the It Gets Better Project. Through this innovative medium we are contributing our voice in the national dialogue on bullying, homophobia and how we pull through. If you or someone you know has contributed a video and would…

No Native Americans in Arizona?

That is the question Carlos Quiroz asked Ass. Dir. Mark Lopez of the Pew Hispanic Center, when a recent report [Hispanics and Arizona’s New Immigration Law] failed to add the categories Indigenous or Native Americans in the initial survey. This video was originally posted by Carlos Quiroz in May 2010, but he frequently writes about…