Articles By Walter Thompson-Hernández

Photographer Estevan Oriol Reflects on 25 Years of Capturing LA's Iconic Chicano Street Culture

These Portraits of Afro-Cuban Men and Their Children Are a Loving Depiction of Black Fatherhood

Bocafloja Confronts Anti-Blackness Across the Americas in New Documentary 'Nana Dijo'

Filmmakers Behind 'Invisible Roots' on Finding Afro-Mexicans Living in Southern California

Afro-Mexicans Are Pushing For Legal Recognition in Mexico's National Constitution

Afro-Ecuadorians and the Beating Heart of Soccer Culture in El Chota Valley

More Than Just Party Music: New Book 'Remixing Reggaetón' Mines the Complicated Racial Politics of the Genre

What Does It Mean to Be Afro-Latino? The NBA's Charlie Villanueva Explains

Giovani Dos Santos and the Tangled History of Mexican Blackness

How Venezuela Is Dominating Basketball in Latin America

Los 12 Guerreros, Mexico’s Other National Team, Eye Return to Olympics After 39 Years

Straight Outta South LA: Chalino Sánchez and the Birth of Narcocorridos