History

The Allegedly Lesbian English Queen No One Talks About But Should


June 29, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Queen Anne's life has been forgotten by history, but the real story is even more interesting than the myths, being an allegedly lesbian queen.

The Origin Of Tequila: A Drink That Honors Aztec Gods


June 28, 2018

|Jackie Gairaud

Every time you drink tequila, you are accepting Quetzalcóatl's gift and honoring Mayahuel's sacrifice. Learn more about the origin of tequila.

Of Course There Are No Hidden Messages In Melania's Jacket


June 22, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Melania Trump decided to wear a jacket that read "I really don't care, do u?" to visit immigrant children being held in shelters due to her husband's zero-tolerance policy.

The Wicked Female Gang That Terrorized London During The 19th Century


June 21, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Active for about 200 years, the all-female Forty Elephants Gang terrorized London with their ruthless and highly-organized crime association.

Hispanic, Latino, And Other Words You've Been Using Wrong Your Whole Life


June 21, 2018

|Abril Romero

Learning the meaning and difference of these terms is a way to understand that Latin America is a wide and diverse cultural mosaic.

A History of Xenophobia in the United States


June 21, 2018

|Jackie Gairaud

Xenophobia has been a part of American history and culture since before the US was even founded.

This Is Why I'm Not Surprised We Have A Humanitarian Crisis In The US


June 20, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Donald Trump just signed an executive order to end family separations in the border but is it too late?

The Soccer Player Who Choked At A Football Cup And Gave Name To A Syndrome


June 18, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

José "Jamaicón" Villegas Tavares, was a Mexican soccer star in the fifties with an Achilles heel: his love for Mexico.

The Violent Nationalist Group Who Brought Terror To Spain


June 13, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

For almost 60 years, ETA terrorized Spain through violent demonstrations in their hope to achieve the independence of the Basque Country.

The Ruthless Aztec Queen Who Made Statues With The Corpses Of Her Lovers


June 12, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Chalchiuhnenetzin was a beautiful Queen who allegedly lured men to her chambers to have sex with them only to kill them and built sculptures with their bones.