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7 Black Creators in Media Making It Happen

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Black creators, artists, and talent are slowly getting the recognition and virality they deserve. Though there is still a long way to go when...

How Do You Celebrate Hispanic Heritage When It’s Part of Your...

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Each year, from September 15 to October 15, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. I am the product of Dominican immigrants. Growing up, we practiced...

The New Hija De Tu Madre Collection Takes Us to the...

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  https://services.brid.tv/previews/index/844062/17898/#brid_cp_Brid_1628728275 We are currently witnessing the golden age of creative Mexican-Americans taking their unique vision and executing it in real life. It is truly inspiring...

The Virtual Film Festival Showcasing BIPOC Storytellers

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We’re fortunate to live in a time where there are more films than ever before about the Black experience created by Black directors and...

Rising Above: Understanding the Stigma on Street Vending

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Isabel Rodriguez is a Latina based in California. She is a student at Cal Poly Pomona and plans on studying Communications with an emphasis...

Santería & Brujería: Two Religious Practices Embedded in the Latin American...

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Latin American and Caribbean countries are often recognized for their food, their beaches, their historical heritage, and the energy and charisma of their people....
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Meet Laylah Amatullah Barrayn: The Photojournalist Challenging Narratives Through Visual Storytelling

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Laylah Amatullah Barrayn has been a photographer focusing on documentary photojournalism for over 20 years. Having her work featured on major platforms like The...

Why Should We Care About Saguaros Burning in the Sonoran Desert?

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It has been three weeks since the Bighorn Fire was first sparked by lightning. During this time, nearly 95,225 acres have burned, over 20...

Afro Latino Instagrams to Follow This Black History Month

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These Afro Latino Instagrams will have you ringing in Black History Month perfectly. Black History Month is a great time to begin — or...

10 Latin-Inspired Homemade Bread Recipes You Knead in Your Life

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Bread is the first thing to get tossed out of contemporary weight-reduction diet trends. The equation between gluten (the collection of proteins that develops...

Your Official Guide to an Authentically Celebrated Día de los Muertos

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Once Halloween’s trick-or-treaters are tucked safely into bed in the U.S., Mexico’s dead prepare to walk the earth again. On El Día de Los...

The ‘Coco’ Effect: Raising Awareness Around Cultural Representation

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When cultural theorist Stuart Hall cultivated the concept of cultural representation, he probably knew that advocating for the depiction of gender, race, and ethnicity...