Do the terms Hispanic, Latino, or even Latinx apply to our brother’s and sister’s in Belize? The LMC tries to find out when we spend the hour with Kayla Alamilla about how Latinidad is complicated in Belize. Kayla Alamilla is a Belizean-American writer, poet, and songwriter.
The threat of global warming is now for the former Spanish colony of Guam. Not a few decades or generations into the future, but now. So the LMC speaks with Chamorro rights activist and writer Leilani Ganser about how Guam is fighting two fronts; the threat of global warming and how US colonialism stands in the way.
Despite being front and center in the fight for social justice in Honduras; the Garifunas have been grossly overlooked and denied a voice in both English & Spanish-speaking corporate media. So the LMC speaks with Jose Francisco Avila about the Garifuna (Garinagu in plural) point of view of the US-supported coup government in Honduras. Jose Francisco Avila is the Managing Member of Garifuna Afro-Latino Entertainment, a.k.a. Galent.