“Are you here legally?”
“Are you here legally?”
“I will choke that illegal Mex cleaning in the library. Stop banging fucking chairs around and turn off your Walkman.”
A father and his two sons try to move on with their lives without their wife and mother in the new video for “Afterlife.”
The reason? FOX “did its research,” many say, after news that Lalo Alcaraz, a well-respected Mexican-American cartoonist and satirist was added as a writer bringing the total to four Latino writers.
“Stop y frisko no es controversial! Esta justo like los free hugs! Free hugs from tu friendlyo neighborhoodo policio hombre!” The parody Twitter account reminisces about its fictional stay in office.
The guys behind It’s Not Just For Gays Anymore, which Neil Patrick Harris sang at the Tony Awards, and A Colbert Christmas, wrote opening number for Fusion, a new network from ABC and Univision.
“Hi Papi! I love you. Today is your birthday. Thank you for being my Papi.”
Hard to pronounce for some, fun for all.
The 7-year-old’s family was forced to provide documentation of her Hispanic heritage, which they were unable to provide.
“I even get fan mail from parents telling me how important my character is, representing the Latino community.”
“It would be so beautiful if cops treated people with respect, period. They show up and treat you like you killed somebody.”
A Target in Yolo County, Calif., told managers not all Hispanics wear sombreros, eat burritos or dance salsa.
Concern about family acceptance is the top problem identified, but optimism for their future is high.
On January 21st Richard Blanco will become the youngest poet — and the first Latino and first LGBT individual — to read at a presidential inauguration.
“Actually…” is a new anti-Romney video series featuring monologues written and performed by celebrities, beginning with Rosie Perez addressing Romney’s comments – from the 47% video – that he would have an easier time being elected if he was Latino. The group behind the series, the Jewish Council for Education and Research and the SuperPAC American Bridge, says the videos will address “Romney’s most outrageous lies and most out-of-touch statements.”
Tells the National Association of Latino Elected Officials conference that he “gets in trouble” when he says these kinds of things.
Here’s the actual answer to that actual question from the mayor of East Haven, Connecticut, Joseph Maturo. Not that this answer is ever appropriate, but it was even less appropriate as it came in the wake of a scandal where four police officers were arrested for harassing Latino residents of East Haven. The Mayor of East Haven, everyone…putting the “mature” back in “Maturo.”
13 seconds of awesomeness that is getting some buzz in Mexico. I watched this 10 times in a row. Subscribete! Watch Video ›
They’ll be takin’ it to the streets.