The Crossing's Natalie Martinez Opens Up About Her Tight-Knit Cuban-American Family: 'I'd Do Anything To Protect Them'
The actress stars as a genetically modified mom on ABC's series The Crossing.
New Study Assesses How Hispanic Women Navigate the Wage Gap—And a "Hostile" Political Climate
People En Español's HOT Study shows that 70 percent of Hispanic women are striving for well-rounded careers in addition to motherhood.
Owner of New Brooklyn Bookstore That Celebrates Afro-Latino Literature Says: 'This Is Our History on These Shelves'
Café con Libros is a bookstore and café that seeks to preserve the Afro-Caribbean heritage of Crown Heights, Brooklyn and help dwarf the tide of gentrification. Its owner Kalima DeSuze gives us the inside scoop.
6 Facts You Need to Know About the 'Pink Tax,' Which Results in Female Consumers Paying More Than Men
Women spend an average of $1,300 more than men for essential products. You won't believe the items you are being charged more for.
Six month after Hurricane Maria wreaked havoc on Puerto Rico, six Boricuas based in New York City reflect on the devastating day the storm hit and the future of the island.
Venezuelan Opposition Leader Leopoldo López Speaks Out Despite Dangers of Government Retaliation
In an interview with the New York Times, the prisoner and opposition leaderLeopoldo López says the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela motivates him to speak out, even if it means going back to jail.