This is AL DÍA’s musical recommendation for this week.
The Philly-based Cuban-American artist talks writing, trans figures in history, and contending with the history of Spanish colonization in the lead-up to eir bilingual solo show this weekend as part of the (re)FOCUS Festival.
A Mexican company has produced a new series of masks in recognition of the country's presidential election.
Mark Zuckerberg's remarks, made in a conference call with reporters, served as a trial run of sorts for his testimony on Capitol Hill next week.
Manuel Portillo, the director of community engagement at the Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians, is a survivor of the brutality that Guatemala suffered in the armed conflict. Today, he is a weaver of life in Philly.
Diana Rodriguez Wallach grew up on the outskirts of Philadelphia in a home where Spanish was not spoken. She tries to reconnect with her Puerto Rican identity through her young adult novels.
Leticia Egea-Hinton is one of nine Philadelphians appointed to the city’s Board of Education, which will assume local control of the School District for the first time in 16 years this July.
President Trump will activate the plan to deploy troops of the National Guard to the Mexican border, and their activities will be similar to those contemplated in previous Administrations.
After President Trump announced new tariffs on imports of aluminum and steel, the global market has emerged with concerns about an alleged trade war. What is it about?
Organized by the movement "Vem Pra Rua," the protests sparked subsequent marches in dozens of cities in more than 20 of Brazil's 27 states.
The leaders of Russia, Turkey, and Iran — the three major international powers embroiled in the civil war in Syria — met in Ankara, Turkey, to discuss future steps towards de-escalating the conflict.
New measures and countermeasures have led to fears of a possible trade war between the world's two largest economies.
Some very wise men once said, "There will be no second chance to get the 2020 census right ... [and] we will all live with the results for a decade."
The city of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro joined a national lawsuit aiming to block Trump Administration’s move to ask for citizenship information on the 2020 census.
The mix of stupidity, crassness and bad faith that defines president Donald Trump seldom has been more obvious than on his tweeter storm this Easter Sunday, callously turning his back on Dreamers.
The eruption of outraged rejections across Philadelphia to City Hall suggestions for the establishment of safe injection sites to squelch soaring drug overdose deaths ignores two realities that Evan Figueroa-Vargas knows all too well.
"People of color," "minorities," "communities of color," and "African descendent" are all terms in common use when referring to non-whites in general.
The President has assured that from now on "things will be done militarily" on the border.
The Department of Justice has announced to the immigration judges that their performance will begin to be evaluated as of October based on the speed with which they close cases.
Kevin Mitnick, a former fugitive wanted by the FBI, spoke during a tech event in Jalisco, Mexico, this week.
Myrna Soto, former Corporate SVP and Global Chief Security Officer for Comcast, is included in ALPFA’s “50 Most Powerful Latinas in Business" list.
The struggle of this veteran has finally come to an end after the governor of California granted him the pardon and allowed him to return home to obtain his citizenship.
Spain is one of the last European nations where wild animals are not prohibited from circus use, although many local bans are in effect.
A conference at Rutgers-Camden University on Friday highlighted the difficulties, discrimination faced by Puerto Rico in Maria recovery efforts.