The Oscars ceremony included gentle swings at President Trump. The most direct message came from Mexican actor Gabriel García Bernal: "As a Mexican, as a Latin American, as a migrant worker, as a human being, I am against any form of wall that wants to separate us."
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La organización nacional de telecomunicaciones venezolano, Conatel, obligó el día de hoy a las empresas de televisión por cable a dejar de transmitir el canal de noticias CNN en Español a manera de represalia contra la investigación que llevó a cabo el canal sobre las maniobras ilegales que habría llevado a cabo el Vicepresidente Tareck El Aissami.
Actress Meryl Streep renews harsh criticism of Trump in emotional speech
Oscar Nomination Puts Puerto Rican Lin-Manuel Miranda One Step Closer to an EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony)
El Mundo interviews Venezuelan film director Carlos Oteyza about his latest film "El Reventón" and his views on US politics.
Reporting on Trump may be hard, but it is much worst to be a journalist in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), reports The Guardian
Nunca una verdad fue mejor dicha: Meryl Streep ha aprovechado su discurso de aceptación del premio a sus logros de toda una vida para llamar la atención sobre la verdadera responsabilidad de los intérpretes y actores en Hollywood.
Despite the fact that One Day at a Time deals with universal issues, almost every headline announcing its comeback qualified the show as Latino, reports Refinery29.
Univision's archrival Telemundo has been scoring more viewers aged 18 through 49 since July, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is a good example to understand why having a Film’s Multicultural Cast Is So Important. According to Slate Magazine, Latinos are the most underrepresented ethnic group in Hollywood despite making up approximately 17 percent of the U.S. population.
Latinos officially outnumber whites in California, but they have a very small representation in Hollywood. Among those who break their way into the industry are the DACA recipients, also called DREAMers.