Trina Turk

Trina Turk

By Janelle Okwodu – Vogue.com – Photo: Jonathan Skow/Courtesy of Trina Turk. With its mix of cultures and creators, L.A. has inspired an endless stream of movies, music, and fine art devoted to its appeal, so it makes sense that its designers look close to...
There are more Hispanics in the United States than we thought

There are more Hispanics in the United States than we thought

By Ana Campoy/Reporter at Quartz – QZ.com – Image: The Atlas. Data: Pew Research Center; based on 2015 and 2016 surveys. Among the estimated 42.7 million U.S. adults with Hispanic ancestry in 2015, 89%, or about 37.8 million, thought of themselves as...
Latino Identity Fades As Immigrant Ties Weaken, Study Finds

Latino Identity Fades As Immigrant Ties Weaken, Study Finds

By Hansi Lo Wang – NPR.org – Image: Pew Research Center. Latinos are one of the fastest-growing racial or ethnic groups in the U.S. But a new finding by the Pew Research Center suggests the Hispanic population may not get as big as demographers have...
The case against ‘Latinx’

The case against ‘Latinx’

By Daniel Hernandez/Los Angeles Times – Beta.LATimes.com – Illustration: Wes Bausmith/The Times. Illustration: “Latinx,” is has been argued, is a less determinist and more inclusive term than “Latino” for males and “Latina” for females. The argument is...