Skyrocketing rents have increased the need for the work of Instituto Familiar de la Raza -- yet have also made it difficult for them to maintain their own spaces.
After founding a leading organization for transgender Latinas in 2006—and even after the deadliest year on record for transgender people—Alexandra Rodriguez de Ruiz is still at the frontlines of activist work.
A colonoscopy is gross, uncomfortable, and utterly uncool. But it could save your life.
Nina Martinez talks about how activists are winning the fight against HIV criminalization in her state.
The Affordable Care Act, Medicaid expansion, access to reproductive health services, the price of medication, and even COVID-19 are all on the ballot.
As I’ve grown older, I’ve realized that the best things about me are because of my Mexican-ness.
Keith Haring’s Line, by New York City scholar Ricardo Montez, both celebrates and critiques the life and work of the graffiti-influenced painter who believed that he wasn’t “white on the inside.”
Latinx people living in the United States continue to be misunderstood, underrepresented, marginalized, and stigmatized, putting them at risk for HIV acquisition as well as poor HIV outcomes after diagnosis.
It’s not just LA and New York.
Queer Mexican-American Poet's Debut Book Plays With Language to Explore Identity, Sexuality, Desire, and Resistance
Fellow poet Danez Smith calls Benjamin Garcia’s Thrown in the Throat a “freaky, stunning debut.”
Groups like Poderosos, Team Brownsville, and Angry Tías and Abuelas are working around the clock to help those most in need.