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Sandra Cisneros Calls Trump Administration's Immigration Initiatives 'Barbaric'

Sandra Cisneros moved to San Miguel de Allende in Mexico three years ago, where she observed President Donald Trump’s rise from the other side of the border. The Chicago-born author of The House on Mango Street has always been an important...Show More Summary

It's Getting Better, But Let's Not Forget Hollywood Still Has A Diversity Issue

Hollywood has long struggled with a lack of diversity ? and a new report shows that, although it’s getting a bit better, we still have a long way to go. The 2017 Hollywood Diversity Report, which was released by the Ralph J. Bunche Center...Show More Summary

The Jewish Community Center Bomb Threats Affect You, Too

The American Jewish community is receiving bomb threats with a frequency that modern leaders have never seen ? and those threats are a threat against everyone. The silence from the White House has been deafening. It took President Donald...Show More Summary

Watch This Guy Play Out The Entire 2017 Oscars, Impressions And All

The Oscars air on Sunday, which means a ton a of heavy-hitting actors will be together in one place. This doesn’t happen very often, except perhaps in the mind of Tommy Dickie. Dickie runs us through the entire program ? impressions,...Show More Summary

I Had An Abortion Because I Love My Son

This piece by Raina J. Johnson originally appeared on The Establishment, an independent multimedia site founded and run by women. When I became pregnant with my son, I was a 24-year-old sixth-year senior studying English, with no real prospects for a stable post-graduation life. Show More Summary

Our Final Oscar Predictions

And just like that, the Oscar race is over. (”Just like that” meaning “after months of tiresome campaigning and one of the most heated Best Picture debates in history.”) Voting ended Tuesday, so there’s no more time to haggle over who will score Hollywood’s heftiest insignia. Show More Summary

'Walking Dead' T-Shirt Pulled For Being 'Racist' And 'Offensive'

Some are accusing “The Walking Dead” of being “fantastically offensive,” but it doesn’t have anything to do with the gore featured on the show during Glenn’s and Abraham’s deaths. It’s about a T-shirt. #Primark removes #WalkingDead t-shirt...Show More Summary

7 Times Aziz Ansari Was The Much-Needed Voice Of Reason

Though Aziz Ansari usually plays the silly guy on screen, he’s also known for calling out our serious injustices. Whether it’s tackling racism in his “SNL” monologue or bringing attention to the sexism women face every day, Ansari has schooled everyone on issues in the no B.S. Show More Summary

These Photos Posted By People Of Color In Love Make A Beautiful Point

A powerful hashtag is here to remind us that love is diverse and beautiful. Last year, the Twitter account @BeautyInColor created the hashtag #POCInLove to bring visibility to relationships between people of color. Last week, the 23-year-old...Show More Summary

Supreme Court Torn Over Whether Constitution Should Apply To Cross-Border Shootings

WASHINGTON ? As the administration of President Donald Trump readies a new crackdown on undocumented immigrants, the Supreme Court on Tuesday weighed a difficult case that could open federal courts to Mexican nationals whose family members are killed at the border by U.S. Show More Summary

Woman Without Arms Sets World Record For Lighting Candles With Feet

A woman born without arms now owns a Guinness World record for lighting the most birthday candles in one minute just using her feet, according to a press release. Adriana Irene Macías Hernández from Guadalajara, Mexico, broke the record...Show More Summary

From NPR's Latino USA: Women on the Verge

This week we embrace the stereotype of the fast-talking, Spanish-speaking, over-dramatic woman, inspired by Pedro Almodóvar’s “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.” Two Latino USA producers set out to discover if watching all of Almodóvar’s movies back to back would make them more or less neurotic. Show More Summary

Donald Trump's DHS Says Immigration Authorities Can Deport Pretty Much Any Undocumented Person

A leaked Department of Homeland Security memorandum released Tuesday reveals that President Donald Trump has declared an open season on the deportation of undocumented immigrants. “The Department will no longer exempt classes or categories...Show More Summary

Michael Moore Wants To Help You Find Your Next Anti-Trump Protest

For HuffPost’s #LoveTakesAction series, we’re telling stories of how people are standing up to hate and supporting those most threatened. What will you stand up for? Tell us with #LoveTakesAction. There’s now a site for people who are...Show More Summary

This 6-Year-Old's Selena-Themed Birthday Party Is Giving Us Major Goals

A Texas girl got a lot more than fotos y recuerdos after her parents threw her a Selena-themed birthday bash that’s gone viral. Ayvah Vega celebrated her sixth birthday with a party inspired by the Queen of Tejano music. The celebration...Show More Summary

Can You Guess The Oscar-Nominated Films Just From These Emojis?

Even if you’re not actively aware of it, you use emojis to tell stories every day. But can you identify stories using those same emojis? On Sunday, Hollywood honors 2016’s best on-screen stories. Can you guess the Oscar-nominated films...Show More Summary

Thousands Rally At Anti-Trump 'Not My Presidents Day' Events

Many people typically see Presidents Day as a chance to honor great leaders or enjoy a three-day weekend. But this year, thousands of people are marking the holiday by protesting President Donald Trump. “Not My Presidents Day” rallies...Show More Summary

The Border Is A Constitution-Free Zone For Agents Who Shoot And Kill. But Maybe Not For Long.

CIUDAD JUÁREZ, Mexico — María Guadalupe Güereca wanted to hold her son. Instead, Mexican police held her back from the crime scene. So she watched him from above the canal that carries the Rio Grande between the American city of El Paso,...Show More Summary

Norma McCorvey, The Unnamed Plaintiff In Roe v. Wade, Dead At 69

Norma McCorvey, the anonymous plaintiff in Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court decision that led to legalized abortion in the United States, died Saturday at an assisted-living facility in Katy, Texas. She was 69. Journalist Joshua Prager, who was reportedly working on a book about Roe v. Show More Summary

Here's A Fact-Check On Milo Yiannopoulos' Incendiary Claims About Trans People

As a rule, The Huffington Post’s Queer Voices won’t publicize the white nationalists’ favorite troll Milo Yiannopoulos. The last thing we want to do is give this attention-seeker oxygen for his racist, transphobic, misogynist dumpster...Show More Summary

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