Selena Gomez, Oscar Isaac, And 19 Other Multicultural Latine Celebs Who've Opened Up About Their Identity
"I think being Latina is about having pride in your heritage," Rosario Dawson said. "Although I am not a fluent Spanish speaker, and I can’t make every dish without a recipe, I am 100% Boricua, and I am proud of that."
We want to know.
"There were many double entendre comments about what it meant to be Colombian."
Shrek just hits different in Spanish.
"Is There A Doctor On Board?" These Med Students Answered The Call And Rescued A Passenger Who Needed Medical Attention
"We decided to go into medicine because we wanted to help people, so...we didn’t have a second thought."
Por favor y gracias, Netflix.
The overall jobless rate was 14.7% in April.
Police said the woman told them she ran over the girl because she was "a Mexican" and she made other derogatory statements about Latinos.
"This movie will always hold a huge piece of my heart."
The NBC News journalist said Hispanics should work harder at speaking English and assimilating into the US. It did not go over well.
Zines have long been a way for marginalized communities to record their stories and organize. Zine libraries are making sure those histories aren't forgotten.
From fried plantains to hearty oxtail soup.
Lo sentimos, Michael Kors, no eres el inventor de la chamarra de jerga.
It's Hispanic heritage month, so plan your next trip accordingly.
Your childhood self is counting on you.
Let's taco 'bout your life.
A group of progressive and conservative Latino leaders came together to put the onus on Congress to come up with a DACA solution. But they disagree in private on what broad parameters to back for a compromise.
"It's exciting to shine a little bit of light on somebody who represents my country in the best way"
Put your dinero where your community is.
"Put the Panic back in Hispanic."
This is what money moves looks like.
They're heartened by his appearances in front of conservative Latino groups and outreach to some nonpartisan Hispanic organizations. And they hope there will be something to show for it.
With the administration putting out fires seemingly every day, operatives inside and outside the White House fear blacks and Latinos will be woefully underrepresented in the administration.
"Tu no quieres a tu papa."
US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce president Javier Palomarez spent much of the 2016 campaign taking shots at Trump. But he's changed his tune. "I’m very enthused and encouraged by the progress thus far."
After a humiliating defeat up and down the ticket, Democracy in Color is launching a playbook it says Democrats can not ignore if they want to win again.
Donald Trump won 29% of the Latino vote in Florida, which analysts were sure would go for Hillary Clinton.
The election was always going to end with a whack-a-Trump video game.
Everyone expects it to happen and the fear that it might not is almost too much to consider. "I can't even bear to think about it."
"Trump doesn't refer to me, my family, or my community as the 'taco bowl.'"
According to the Clinton campaign, 133,000 Latinos have already voted in Florida, where there's a tight race and Latinos could be the difference for Clinton.
On a Spanish-language radio show, the Clinton-supporting actor said Trump befriended her boyfriend to get her number, but when she denied his offer to go on a date, he had a story planted in the National Enquirer that he wouldn't date her because she's too short.
Telemundo will use network resources and talent, digital efforts, and community events as it switches from voter registration to get out the vote efforts.
Cuban-Americans, long a reliably Republican voting block, began to fray once Obama came around. Now Trump, as he is doing elsewhere, may speed up the process.
NCLR Action Fund, the political group affiliated with the largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy group in the nation, will endorse a presidential candidate for the first time.
They got the first look at an Obama townhall, advice from NBA and NASCAR figures as well as Secretary Julián Castro, and a focus on the importance of mentorship.
During a meeting ahead of the final debate in Las Vegas, 25 conservative Hispanic leaders will convene to chart the way forward for a tarnished Republican Party and Latinos. They feel betrayed by Priebus, who promised to be their partner.
From the Mexican-American judge to the gold star father, the beauty queen, and the lewd video, Ana Navarro has been in living rooms across the country, blasting Trump on TV. The worse it gets for him, the more attention her takedowns get.
"I remember, years ago, where Castro was sending his worst over to this country. He was sending criminals over to this country, and we've had that with other countries where they use us as a dumping ground."
Tim Kaine and Mike Pence actually argued about one of the defining policy issues of the election.
The number of Latino voters requesting vote-by-mail ballots is up 73% in Florida since 2012, and 84,000 more Black voters have registered in North Carolina than at the same point in 2012.
Nationally syndicated African-American radio programs and digital sites popular with Latinos and other groups will be the focus of a seven-figure ad buy.
New ads from the Clinton campaign are hitting Trump in Florida on allegedly violating the Cuban embargo and in Nevada and Ohio on how he treats his hotel workers.
When Trump attacks regular people, things go badly for the candidate.
Undeclared state Of aggression towards Puerto Rico.
Nelson Denis talks about the Jones Act.
A new Spanish-language ad highlights members of all three groups looking to take on Trump: New citizens, Republicans crossing over to vote Democrat, and first-time voters.
Catherine Cortez Masto, running for Senate in Nevada, chided her opponent for a former aide's tweets about not speaking Spanish, and how Mexican she is.
The normally cheery calls took on a serious tone, after questions about whether the campaign will be able to maximize the support of young voters and the state of Spanish-language advertising.
El Corrido de Hillary Clinton is here and it's an endorsement.
A coalition of 40 Latino organizations is joining forces with the Latino Victory Foundation to push certain candidates to the administration and create a new database for resumes. "No more excuses."
Voto Latino, which is registering voters at Maná concerts, will be unable to do so on-site at the MGM Grand Friday because of a longstanding "no solicitation" policy.
"I personally think a taco truck on every corner sounds absolutely delicious," Clinton said, while also highlighting new comments from Trump about a black pastor.
As the game shifts to voter mobilization, the Clinton campaign will try to reel in Puerto Rican voters, by appealing to their connection to the island.
But they hope Hispanic Heritage Month will produce big registration numbers. "Bernie Sanders was telling voters the system is rigged. When two candidates say the system is rigged and one of your candidates doesn’t make it, you’re suspicious."
It will continue to exist and the RNC is planning to infuse it with new people, but the council's short-lived influence with the campaign is done, operatives who worked closely with the council and former members say.
Democrats and activists say the 84-year-old scandal plagued sheriff is more vulnerable than ever. But could Latino voters turning Arizona into a swing state help take down Trump and Arpaio, too?
Mark Gonzales, whose groups represent 10,000 Latino evangelical churches, joins five other leaders who informed the Trump campaign and the RNC that they will not be part of his Hispanic advisory council.
North, South, and Central Americans talk about being "American."
The Clinton campaign’s play for Arizona relies on major turnout from Hispanic voters — and now Spanish-language television, radio, and newspapers are coming together to register the growing group.
There are Latino vote directors in new states, English language ads aimed at Hispanics, and targeted small business and faith national programs, all ramping up to maximize the Latino vote for Clinton in the stretch run against Trump.
Water + soap = new soap.
The Trump campaign disputes that Donald Trump is open to legalization after members of his Hispanic advisory council said he suggested he is open to figuring out a humane and efficient manner to deal with undocumented immigrants already in the country, ahead of a major immigration speech this week.
Rosario Marin endorsed Clinton in a Univision op-ed because of Trump's rhetoric and policies throughout the election. "I will stand up for my community against the menace of a tyrannical presidency that does not value the countless contributions of immigrants."
Your birthday can tell how many lives you've lived.
Arturo Carmona, the campaign's deputy political director, will lead a voter registration effort at mitú to get 1 million young Latinos registered to vote.
In Nevada and Colorado, Romney had a unique weapon, one that Trump has ensured is not available to him.
From getting millions of Latinos signed up for Obamacare to working at the Spanish-language giant Univision, both hires bring their experience to the high-stakes state.
Canceled events in San Antonio and Miami, frustrated volunteers and surrogates, and an RNC Hispanic outreach playbook gathering dust.
We Are A Children Of An Oscuro Pasado.
Castro, who has fanned talk of running against Ted Cruz in recent days, will challenge Trump's rhetoric from the view of a Mexican-American, during a Democratic convention where his brother Julián Castro is not speaking.
Erika Andiola, who along with other Latino staffers, helped shape Sanders immigration message as his success grew, is going to continue working on his post-election efforts at the 501c4 group, Our Revolution.
He's not an honorary Latino and he's not going to get Hispanic voters in droves, but a Spanish-speaking vice presidential nominee stands out when the Trump campaign is still struggling to get experienced Spanish-language surrogates on air.
Karla Ortiz and her mother Francisca, who would have been eligible for Obama's immigration actions, will speak at the Democratic convention Monday.
Ahead of the Democratic National Convention, Clinton’s pollsters Joel Benenson and Matt Barreto of Latino Decisions talked about the state of the Latino vote, Trump as an anchor, and winning over young Latinos.
A speech that many Republicans saw as darker than ever before, was seen even worse by Latino and immigration groups, including conservatives who said Trump doubled down on demonizing immigrants.
Why does your mom say your name weird?
The U.S. Office of Special Counsel has found Castro violated the Hatch Act, which prohibits federal employees from engaging in political activity while in their official capacity, a source familiar with the situation tells BuzzFeed News.
While Grijalva says unity is needed to defeat Donald Trump, top Latino staffers from the Sanders campaign are slower to come around.
Clinton leads Trump 67% to 19% with Hispanic voters, who overwhelmingly oppose his plan to build a wall along the border. Three in four Latino voters were offended by Trump's comments about a Mexican-American judge and think he's a racist.
New hires across the country and best practices on what worked against Sanders — all part of the immense organizational advantage Clinton will wield as she tries to run up the score with Latino voters against Trump.
Sanders has been winding down his campaign but has not dropped out and said he will take the energy of his "political revolution" to the Democratic convention.
Esto es la historia de Marina.
One was considered for the Hispanic media director role, the other for a communications role; both were uncomfortable with the idea of working to elect Trump.
Gregory Bell, who had a hand in the rumored vice presidential contender's major speeches, is joining the campaign.
"Where every celebration involves pots and pans, meng!"
Carlos Sanchez will take a leave of absence from Castro's office and join political director Amanda Renteria, the highest ranking Latina on the campaign.
In deleted tweets and interviews, Helen Aguirre Ferré has blamed Trump for violence in Chicago, said that he supported abortion and was against traditional marriage, and that he was dividing the country because of his comments about Hispanics, and that they would reject him, and that she would decide who to vote for at the last minute.
Are you the grandma of your friend group?
"Pero no importa, porque nosotros también estamos un poquito vencida."
The Republican Party has dozens of staffers in key states around the country dedicated to reaching Latino voters, but a "Vote Trump" or even "Don't Vote Clinton" message may not be enough to stem historic opposition to him.
"Pues te guarde frijoles en el frijidairé!"
"National. Hispanic. Christian. Three. Great. Words," Trump says in the video.
"Espejo, espejo en la pared. A quien deseo joder?"
Marcos Stupenengo was asked to leave Trump Tower in New York, according to a source familiar with the incident. Update: TV Azteca said the reporter did not have a "scheduled" interview but was told the Trump campaign is not interested in coverage from Spanish-language networks.
Episode 4 of No One Knows Anything: The BuzzFeed Politics Podcast, looks at the moments Clinton surprised Democrats and activists by being to the left of what they expected, including an overlooked but effective moment in the primary on immigration.