Netflix Announces Latino Web Series Starring America Ferrera

Netflix Announces Latino Web Series Starring America Ferrera

Latino-oriented Netflix shows are skyrocketing among the content presented in the platform. Netflix is noticing the Latino audience is hugely present, and they are working on bringing more Spanish-language content to their streaming service. They recently announced that they are working to adapt ‘Gente-fied,’ a Latino-oriented web series. Created by Marvin Lemus, co-written by Yvette […]

How Prince William’s 2-Year-Old Daughter Learned Spanish

How Prince William’s 2-Year-Old Daughter Learned Spanish

Prince William’s two-year-old daughter, Princess Charlotte, has many talents, including speaking Spanish. Her Spain-born nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, speaks in Spanish to her and the royal toddler understands many phrases. USWeekly According to People magazine, the Princess is very sweet, very confident and always chatting. The source who talked to the magazine also added […]

Richest Man In History Donates Millions Of Dollars To DREAMers

Richest Man In History Donates Millions Of Dollars To DREAMers

On Monday, Bloomberg declared Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos the wealthiest man in history. With a worth of $ 108 billion as of January 12th, he dethroned the previous title holder, Bill Gates, who is worth $ 93.2 billion. Bezos donated $ 33 million in college scholarships for DREAMers. According to TheDream.Us, a nonprofit organization that […]

Black Lives Movement Pioneer Has a Story to Tell

Black Lives Movement Pioneer Has a Story to Tell

For most of us, the Black Lives Matter movement began in 2015, after the death of Michael Brown Jr. at the hands of a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer. But for Patrisse Khan-Cullors, one of three black women credited with launching the hashtag and leading the movement to follow, BLM’s origins go back much further. Maybe […]

Arkansas Governor’s Right-Wing Challenger Wants To Put Prisons Ahead of “Non-Essential” Services—Like Welfare

Arkansas Governor’s Right-Wing Challenger Wants To Put Prisons Ahead of “Non-Essential” Services—Like Welfare

Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson’s Republican challenger, who has been drumming up support from far-right types for the May primary, thinks the state should dedicate money for cops, courts, and prisons at the expense of the social safety net. This, according to her campaign website, is how to keep people safe.    “Crime has continued to […]

How Women Broke Into the Male-Dominated World of Cartoons and Illustrations

How Women Broke Into the Male-Dominated World of Cartoons and Illustrations

Early in her career, Dalia Messick, a cartoonist struggling to get her work published, got a couple pieces of advice from the head of the Chicago Tribune-New York News Syndicate’s secretary. First, change your character’s profession, she said. And secondly, change your name. Messick obliged, recasting her bandit protagonist as a roving journalist and adopting […]

‘Condorito’ Is Hitting The Big Screen Today And Jessica Cediel Voices ‘Yayita’

‘Condorito’ Is Hitting The Big Screen Today And Jessica Cediel Voices ‘Yayita’

After ‘la suegra’ gets captured by aliens, Condorito must travel to outer space to save her and win her blessing for her daughter’s hand in marriage. And it’s none other than Jessica Cediel who lends her voice to the character of Yayita, Condorito’s fashionable girlfriend. Condorito Jessica Cediel talked about voicing the character, saying, “I’m […]

Reformers Slam Jeff Sessions’ New Policy on Federal Marijuana Enforcement

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday reversed an Obama-era policy that discouraged federal prosecution of drug crimes in states that have legalized marijuana for medical or recreational use—a policy that set the stage for weed to develop into a legal multibillion-dollar industry. The revised policy could potentially open the door to federal crackdowns in dozens […]

4 Months After Maria, Puerto Rico Still Needs Urgent Help

4 Months After Maria, Puerto Rico Still Needs Urgent Help

It’s been nearly four months since Hurricane Maria destroyed the island of Puerto Rico and there are still many people trying to overcome the disaster. Many people on the island don’t have energy in their homes or other necessary services. EyesOnEvents One and a half million people remain without energy, and it will take officials […]

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