Luis Parrales, a contributing editor of American Purpose, is a research associate in Washington, D.C. A graduate of the University of Richmond, he is currently an MA in Liberal Arts candidate in the Graduate Institute at St. John’s College in Annapolis. He was previously co-host of the podcast “Panorama: on politics, Latinos, and conservatism.” Twitter: @LuisParrales_
Articles and Events
Fifteen years after its theatrical release, Juno’s lighthearted approach to serious matters appeals more than ever.
Luis Parrales reflects on what Martin Luther King came to mean for him after arriving in the United States as a young immigrant from Mexico.
A look back at a decade-old film that caught Hollywood’s imagination while embracing religion.
Hispanic Republicans do not vote as a monolithic bloc and their views often cut across traditional left-right boundaries.