Despite concrete evidence to the contrary, right wings parties from all over the world always play the “immigrants are stealing our jobs” card. I witnessed a clear example of that during the 2016 Brexit referendum. Leavers based their entire campaign on immigration. Nathan Raia In 2015, Italy was […]
This July, Fiesta de Mexico will bring the verve, sights, smells and flavours of Mexico’s rich and diverse culture to the heart of the City of London.
Taking place over 26th – 28th July in Guildhall Yard, the square will recreate one of Mexico’s famous fiestas, complete with authentic food, drink and produce stalls.
On the Caribbean island of Cuba there is a unique group, which builds on tradition, and for 90 years has kept alive the heritage of members of the diaspora and the culture of their ancestors. Mayra Pardillo Gómez Its repertoire includes dances from Lanzarote, Tenerife and La Palma, […]
This is what the Festival of Latin American Women in the Arts (Flawa), will do between the 15th and 19th May, in London. A way to show the perceptions of women from Latin America in film, music, literature and arts. London and the UK are home to a rich […]
After two years of court proceedings, Karol Marmolejo lives with the anguish of the second kidnapping of Angelo, her 9-year-old son. His father, Rafael, is the perpetrator. In a conversation with The Prisma, Karol told her story of the incessant search for her youngest son.