Tag: latinos

Latinos are Racist

Have you ever seen a Black Latino on TV? If you have, then you probably remember it vividly because that is quite the rare event. Black Latinos in Spanish are called “Negros” [Nae-gros]– which is the literal English translation for “Blacks”. It’s not uncommon to hear the reference to Negros…

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Why need to support Bordertown and Lalo Alcaraz

The saying goes: “if you don’t have anything nice to say, then don’t say anything at all?” And that applies to supporting our fellow artists that are out there trying to create and take advantage of opportunities in their lives and careers. As minorities in the U.S. we’ve been trained from…

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If you want to write for Television…

If you want to write for television, there are many programs out there that will help you get your foot in the door. One program in particular is the NHMC Writer’s Program. I’ve been a part of this program and I can attest that you will definitely learn a thing…

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Bordertown Writer Lalo Alcaraz Interview

Award-winning cartoonist and writer Lalo Alcaraz talks about being a writer for FOX’s new show Bordertown. The show has caused controversy because of its ‘racially-challenged’ feeling (read about it here). Watch the interview here, or download the audio podcast below. http://media.blubrry.com/artisticwarfare/artisticwarfare.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Interview-with-Cartoonist-Lalo-Alcaraz-Bordertown-Writer.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Spotify…

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Seth MacFarlane’s Bordertown…

Is Bordertown Racist? Excuse my Spanish, but… What the f*** does Seth MacFarlane know about living at the border? What the f*** does Mark Hentemann know about being Mexican? If you don’t know, these are the executive producers of the Fox animated series “Bordertown.” Two White guys, that even White…

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How to Sell to the Latino Market

If you’re trying to sell to the “Latino Market” you’ve already made the first mistake.  There is no such thing as a “Latino Market”.  The so-called “Latino Market” is as broad as the “Caucasian Market” or the “Asian Market”.  No such thing! Imagine taking more than a dozen countries and…

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