Category Archives: Latino issues

#Ayotzinapa43: El Maratón de Tizapa

Publicado en PROCESO Hace 16 años el guerrerense Antonio Tizapa dejó Tixtla para irse a Nueva York. En el pueblo se quedaron su esposa y sus tres hijos, uno de los cuales Jorge Antonio, es uno de los 43 normalistas de … Continue reading

Posted in Ayotzinapa, deporte, Immigration, Latino issues, politica, politics, Social Justice, sports | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ahmad Khan Rahami, el chico del vecindario Latino

Publicado en PROCESO El caso del hombre que presuntamente habilitó las bombas que el sábado 17 provocaron heridas a variaserssuntos que resultan inasibles para los servicios de inteligencia, sobre todo porque implican a “lobos solitarios”. De hecho, el FBI ya lo … Continue reading

Posted in Immigration, Latino issues, Race, social issues | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

From the World Trade Center basement to the World Cup

Carlos Llamosa escaped the 1993 WTC bombing only to become a fútbol star in the United States. Continue reading

Posted in deporte, Fútbol, Immigration, Latino issues, migración, New York City, Soccer, sports | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Where is Lupita?

If you don’t know Lupita by now, the first thing you should know about her is that she is everywhere. That’s why I am almost certain that you have run into her somewhere already, although you might have not noticed. … Continue reading

Posted in Immigration, Latino issues, New York City, Social Justice | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Fútbol de Estados Unidos crece hacia el futuro

El mundial plantó la esperanza entre la gente del balompié Al final de la copa del mundo Brasil 2014 el gran ganador parece haber sido el fútbol de Estados Unidos, donde se plantó la semilla de la pasión por el … Continue reading

Posted in deporte, Fútbol, Immigration, Latino issues, migración, New York City, Soccer, sports | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Piojo has Mexicans dreaming of el quinto partido

  It doesn’t matter what happens today between Holanda y México in their round of 16 playoff match in Fortaleza, Brazil, because by now all mexicanos know that Miguel ‘Piojo’ Herrera has to be el Mexicano del Año. Beyond his … Continue reading

Posted in Comentario, Commentary, deporte, Fútbol, Latino issues, Soccer, sports, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Rubén Salazar on PBS tonight

I will talk at length later about “Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle“, the documentary examines the life & mysterious death of pioneering journalist, Rubén Salazar, a UTEP graduate. The documentary will premiere at 9 p.m. EST on PBS. In … Continue reading

Posted in Latino issues, politica, politics, Race, Social Justice | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Minnie Miñoso, another Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson began writing the story that would turn him into a legend when he played his first game for the Brooklyn Dodgers in the season of 1947. He’s now known as the man that broke baseball’s color barrier, but his stellar appearance—he went … Continue reading

Posted in baseball, béisbol, deporte, Latino issues, MLB, Race, Social Justice, sports, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

The United States of México

American fútbol is so happy that the Mexican National Team will be playing in the World Cup that it seems it has forgotten of its own team. While Team USA faces Ukraine in an almost-empty stadium in Cyprus, a record … Continue reading

Posted in deporte, Fútbol, Georgia, Immigration, Latino issues, migración, Race, Soccer, sports | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

100 años de El Diario

El periódico en español más viejo del país está de fiesta y estoy invitado El Diario Nueva York cumplió 100 años este fin de semana. ¡Felicidades! Me siento contento de trabajar para un periódico con tanta historia y con una … Continue reading

Posted in Comentario, Commentary, Latino issues, New York City | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment