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  • The true origin of the word 'spic,' the racist insult aimed at Hispanics
    The true origin of the word 'spic,' the racist insult aimed at Hispanics

    The true origin of the word 'spic,' the racist insult aimed at Hispanics

    As hate incidents are on the rise and anti-immigrant rhetoric intensifies, the word 'spic' has come into focus. The term actually dates back to the construction of the Panama Canal at the beginning of the 20th century. From there it traveled north to the border between Mexico and the United States.
    María Sánchez Díez
  • "Dear Wetbacks": this Hispanic family found a racist letter on their front door
    "Dear Wetbacks": this Hispanic family found a racist letter on their front door

    "Dear Wetbacks": this Hispanic family found a racist letter on their front door

    A Mexican family in Fullerton, California, said they received a letter complaining about their music, which also called them 'spics' and 'wetbacks' and made references to Trump's wall.
    María Sánchez Díez
  • Everyday Trumpism, Old and New: This Latina Will Fight Back
    Everyday Trumpism, Old and New: This Latina Will Fight Back

    Everyday Trumpism, Old and New: This Latina Will Fight Back

    "As a brown-skinned Latina, the daughter of immigrants, an activist and all-around compassionate being, I am going to be honest: I’m frightened."
    Yesenia Barragan
  • Between fear and pride: in hostile climate, Hispanics wonder if it's still safe to speak Spanish
    Between fear and pride: in hostile climate, Hispanics wonder if it's still safe to speak Spanish

    Between fear and pride: in hostile climate, Hispanics wonder if it's still safe to speak Spanish

    In recent months, several Latinos have become victims of racist incidents after speaking Spanish in public. Now, some say they’re torn between a fear of using their mother tongue in public and claiming language as an essential element of their identity.
    María Sánchez Díez