Arts & Culture TelevisionAntonio De Loera-BrustJune 11, 2020
“Gentefied” tackles an important issue with nuance and compassion.
Politics & Society Short TakeAntonio De Loera-BrustMay 08, 2020
The U.S. cannot remains so preoccupied with its own Covid-19 outbreak that it makes a bad situation worse in Latin America, writes Antonio De Loera-Brust. Our fates are too intertwined.
Arts & Culture BooksAntonio De Loera-BrustApril 17, 2020
Benjamin Carter Hett’s 'The Death of Democracy: Hitler’s Rise to Power and the Downfall of the Weimar Republic' shows how a flawed but genuine democracy could give way to the vilest regime imaginable.
Arts & Culture BooksAntonio De Loera-BrustAugust 09, 2019
Rejecting the implications of the label “minority,” Carrie Gibson tells the entire 500-year history of Spanish-speaking peoples in what is now the United States.
Politics & Society Short TakeAntonio De Loera-BrustJuly 02, 2019
If the frontier of the U.S.-Mexico border represents the America that would exclude me, space is the frontier that invites me.
Politics & Society FeaturesAntonio De Loera-BrustFebruary 18, 2019
Over one million Venezuelans have arrived in Colombia as of May 2018. Colombia is not a rich country, and helping to bear the burden of receiving thousands of Venezuelan refugees every day is the Catholic Church.
Faith Faith in FocusAntonio De Loera-BrustDecember 24, 2018
If Jesus was born today, where might we find him? I would say Tijuana would be a good place to start looking.
Politics & Society Short TakeAntonio De Loera-BrustOctober 30, 2018
The real threat to the United States is not the unarmed migrants making a dangerous trek through Mexico, it is the fear and hate that sensationalized coverage of the caravan has fomented.
Arts & Culture ArtAntonio De Loera-BrustAugust 08, 2018
On the 50th anniversary of many historic moments of the Chicano movement, a new photography exhibit at The Autry in Los Angeles is telling the Chicano story through the eyes of its participants.