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How To Spot Performative Activism, and Why It Can Do More...

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With so many communities in America facing discrimination, hate crimes, racial attacks, and more, it seems as if any opportunity to speak out in...

Mariah López, the Afro-Latina Trans Activist Fighting for the Right of...

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The holiday season is not the most joyous time of year for everyone. For people who are homeless and without family, it's one of...

How the Chicano Moratorium Made Día De Los Muertos a Pivotal...

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What began as a movement against the Vietnam War would become the most important activist collective in the Latino community during the 20th century....

Adelita’s Apparel: An E-Commerce Tiendita With a Purpose

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Over at BeLatina News, we love to highlight Latinx-owned small businesses. However, what truly catches our eyes and gets us even more inspired are...

Remembering Miriam Jiménez Román, the Puerto Rican Activist for Afro-Latino Culture

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Scrolling through social media after the release of films like Lin-Manuel Miranda's "In the Heights" results in the materialization of the premonition of activists...

I AM HERE TO, a Platform For Healing, Reconciliation, And Finding...

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With all our technology and resources floating around the Internet, we can easily get lost looking for the right resources for our needs. Luckily,...

BIPOC Womxn Who Didn’t Let the End of the World Phase...

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2020 is finally coming to a close, and we can’t say we’re sad to see it go. What started out as the beginning of...

It’s Time We Channel a Bit of Joan Baez’s Activism

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In 1968, Brooklyn-born Mexican-American girl named Joan Baez, was arrested and jailed for barricading the door at a military induction center. She explained she...

Raising A New Generation of Anti-Racists: A Conversation with Poet and...

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Socially aware parents know that it is incredibly important to talk to your kids about race. Parents need to not only address racism but...

Remembering María Lugones, Latina Feminist Philosopher and Social Activist Who Promoted...

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If anyone knew what it meant to be a Latina of color living in the United States, it was María Lugones, an Argentinean feminist...
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Artwork As Resistance: A Conversation With Ahmed Jahaf, Whose Work Pushes...

Yemen, one of the Arab world's poorest countries, has been devastated by civil war. The roots of the conflict are in the failure of...

Remembering Frances Goldin, Lower East Side Activist Who Gave a New...

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To be able to change the world once in 95 years is commendable. To do so at every possible opportunity is simply unforgettable. That was...