The term "Mexican" describes a nationality for a people of a country south of the U.S, but it also has been used as a slur against U.S.-born Latinos as a way to dehumanize them and dismiss them as foreigners.
By Michael D. Regan and Russell Contreras, Associated Press
Art Beat met up with Latin Grammy winner Julieta Venegas during her Los Momentos tour.
Jeffrey Brown talks to opera soprano Ana Maria Martinez about the Houston Grand Opera.
The Houston Grand Opera performs "Cruzar la Cara de la Luna."…
Ray Suarez talks to Ilan Stavans about the life and legacy of writer Carlos Fuentes.
A new study from the Pew Hispanic Center shows the wave of Mexican immigrants into the United States between 2005 and 2010 was offset by an equal number of Mexican migrants returning home. Margaret Warner and report co-author Jeffrey Passel…
We talk to state senator Scott Beason about comments that have landed him in hot water.
By Elizabeth Shell When economist Tyler Cowen finishes his day job at George Mason University and dinner time rolls around, he gets to sink his teeth into his hobby: blogging about -- and eating -- ethnic food in and…
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said the Central Bank is getting involved in the recent foreclosure mess caused by faulty paperwork. In Mexico, 10 people were killed at a rehab center in Tijuana in another bloody episode of drug violence.
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