The death of at least 53 migrants in Texas, more than half of whom were from Mexico, is testing U.S. efforts to enlist Mexico in deterring migration.
With trumpets, strings and serenades, their music traces the arc of life. It often accompanies moments of jubilation, but it can also speak to a community’s profound sorrow.
Hailed for her rich depictions of California history and social struggle, the Chicana artist says the attention, after decades of being overlooked, surprises her.
Calpulli Mexican Dance Company is using the holiday to share the culture of the Puebla region with New York audiences this weekend.
Dalton, Ga., has not always welcomed the Mexican immigrants who came to work in its carpet mills. But the community is united behind its powerhouse high school soccer teams.
La Tilma, a restaurant run by Sacred Heart Catholic Church in El Paso, nourishes the lives of many Mexican immigrants in poverty.
Republicans see an opportunity. Democrats have a lot of work to do.
First breakups. Final goodbyes. For generations, Mr. Fernández, who died on Sunday, provided a soundtrack for moments of anguish and heartache, and a pathway to healing.
The sweet Mexican bread is put on altars to honor, remember and feed dead family members crossing over on Día de los Muertos.
A number of large-scale projects will expand the city’s downtown, but community advocates are worried about preserving the area’s Mexican American culture.
The influx of thousands of migrants has led to squalor under a bridge, and a dispirited town beyond it.
She was celebrated for recasting the Virgin of Guadalupe in her own image as a feminist superhero — a young, strong, brown woman in running shoes.
With a creative director’s job at Calvin Klein and his own label, Willy Chavarria is a force for change in an industry that desperately needs it.
From a single food truck to its coming expansion to Los Angeles, Veracruz All Natural has won a huge following. Yet its owners are still striving to attract more Hispanic diners.
Ever Lopez said he wanted to represent his Mexican roots as he graduated from high school in Asheboro, N.C. The school said the flag violated the ceremony’s dress code.
While the podcast is a biography of the Tejano star, it also weaves in the personal story of the host and examines why the singer has had a lasting effect on culture.
The new center, in Riverside, Calif., will be dedicated exclusively to showcasing Mexican-American art and culture.
Lawmakers and experts hope that by adding the film to the National Film Registry, more doors could open for Latinos in movies and television.
A new Netflix series depicts the pop star from baby crooner to international idol, “sprinkled with a little bit of glitter,” her sister said.
To many Latinos in Hollywood, every gain seems to be followed by a setback. The writer Tanya Saracho and others involved in the Untitled Latinx Project want to change that.
A new building at the Museum of Fine Arts showcases works by Latin American and Latino artists, many of whom are rarely shown in the United States.
The election was a referendum on Trump’s America, but plenty of Latino voters liked it just fine.
Republican leaders are looking expectantly to the ethnically, racially and geographically diverse population that could shape the state’s conservatism for the future.
Ballpark and Tex-Mex nachos are both ubiquitous in the United States. But the original version is deeply rooted in the borderlands and Mexican home cooking.
Could a strong Hispanic turnout flip the traditionally Republican state for the Democrats?
Though a majority of Latino voters favor Democrats, Hispanic men are a small but enduring part of Trump’s base. Those supporters see him as forceful, unapologetic and a symbol of economic success.
A Mormon, he spent decades as an advocate for Latinos in Chicago before making a break with his old life. He died of Covid-19.
As a teacher, writer, editor and activist, Idár preserved Mexican culture in South Texas and encouraged women to pursue an education and push for equal rights.
His coming-of-age novel “Bless Me, Ultima” reframed the way many in New Mexico viewed their own history, even as school districts tried to ban it.
Doug J. Swanson’s “Cult of Glory: The Bold and Brutal History of the Texas Rangers” recounts tales of lynchings, massacres and ruthless white supremacy.