What 'Latinx' Means to Me
The term stands for all of the people in the Latino community who struggle to fit into one identity.
Ana Mendieta Fought for Women's Rights and Paid with Blood
The fearless artist was outspoken about issues like campus rape and domestic violence when they were still taboo.
Amidst the Revelry in Miami, Cuban Artists Document Changing Times
Issue #3 of Steadfast Magazine launches at a time of celebration, sorrow, and upheaval.
Meet One of Cuba's Female Skateboarding Pioneers
The skate scene in Cuba is only now starting to garner some attention, however thereis an unequal divide between the men and women in the sport.
The Greatest Cuban Baseball Player You've Never Heard Of
Carlos Tabares is a legend, even though he never came to the US. Instead, he turned down multimillion dollar offers to stay with his family in Cuba. Now, at 42 years old, he's still starring for Cuba's flagship club Industriales.
Colombia Will See Peace in Six Months, President and FARC Leader Announce
Their handshake in Havana, although awkward, provided a stirring image of reconciliation after decades of mutual contempt and distrust between Colombia's government and largest rebel army.
Know Your Hashtag: #YoTambienExijo
Today, Creative Time symbolically re-staged Tania Bruguera's '#YoTambienExijo' performance.
This Artist Is Living in a Gallery's Walls…For 3 Weeks
Armed with a mat, pillow, blanket, lamp, and hammer, Cuban artist Alejandro Figueredo Diaz-Perera is living inside the crawlspace of the Chicago Art Coalition's West Loop gallery.
The Cuban Missile Crisis Was Worse Than We Thought
Until now, the layers of the so-called nuclear "order of battle" have gone largely unexamined in one of the most examined international crises in history.