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The Greater Good Commission Calls on Black-Latinx or Afro-Latinx Playwrights to...

In the midst of the country's identity crisis, and in the midst of anger over the perpetuation of structural racism, playwright Darrel Alejandro Holnes...

These Two Latina Artists Joined the Protests Over the Death of...

In the midst of a weekend full of protests, demonstrations, and statements, Colombian-American singer Kali Uchis and Dominican-American Amara La Negra have been two...

The Historical Debt of White Latinos to the Anti-Racist Movement in...

When journalist Omar Jimenez was arrested and handcuffed live in Minneapolis while covering the protests over the death of George Floyd, another layer of...

9 Afro Latinx Podcasts to Add to Your Queue

Podcasts are a great way to expand your world and learn about different cultures, topics, and points of view. Afro Latinx podcasters are adding...

How to Be Latino Enough: Embracing Your Unique Latinx Identity

While Cher once proclaimed she was strong enough, it’s alright to admit we may not feel Latinx enough at times, especially in the eyes...

A Hot List of Our Favorite Afro-Latinx Celebs

Whether it is an athlete, a singer, an actor, or even an activist or politician, it is extremely hard to put together a list...

Three Trailblazing Latinas Named Grand Marshals at 2020 Rose Parade, Handpicked...

Last week, the Tournament of Roses announced the grand marshals of 2020’s Rose Parade, a New Year’s Day tradition that takes place in Pasadena,...

Vogue México and Vogue Latinoamérica Celebrates Four Afro-Dominican Cover Models for...

There was a huge public relations push leading up to Vogue UK’s vaunted September issue, edited by Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle. Perhaps even...

Pew Report on Race and Ethnicity Describes The Significance of Colorism...

The latest survey from the Pew Research Center confirms that Latinos with darker skin tones are more likely than those with lighter skin to...

Recasting the Latin American Standard of Beauty

We’ve come a long way when it comes to how beauty is viewed within Latin American culture, as we haven’t always been kind. Terms...

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