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Books that Will Teach You About Afro-Latinx History

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Whether it’s Hollywood, history books, telenovelas, or fashion magazines, Afro-Latinos have often been left out of what it means to be Latinx. But, in...

Op-Ed: Capitalism and The Mask Debate: An Example of American Ideals

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This story is part of the BELatina Student Corner. The BELatina Student Corner is a series that provides high school and college students the...

‘Rizo,’ the Award-Winning, Afro-Latina Directed Short Film Coming to HBO This...

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Voices continue to raise and tell the true and beautiful story of Afro-Latina identity in the U.S. This time, it's Afro-Latina director Jeannette Dilone's...

‘Trans Los Angeles,’ a Unique Film Full of Latinx Talent

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Transgender writer/director Kase Peña's passion for telling stories like hers has been condensed into 'Trans Los Angeles,' an anthology film comprised of four independent...

A Reflection in Front of the Burner: Is Cooking Anti-Feminist?

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Much has been said in recent years about the feminist question; about what it means to be a woman in the 21st century, and...
‘Dress Codes,' The Latina-Curated Online Group Exhibition Dissecting Identity Through Fashion BeLatina Latinx

‘Dress Codes,’ The Black Latina-Curated BIPOC Online Group Exhibition

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A new digital exhibition on Artsy.net aims to show how Black and Brown women artists dialogue with their identity through fashion. Curated by Jasmin...

The Bannan Controversy of Latina Identity and Appropriation

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Identifying as Latino can mean a variety of cultures, countries, and colors. People ask who is a real Latino, and, to be completely honest,...

Latina Identity and The Politics of Red Lipstick

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"If you’re sad, add more lipstick and attack." - Coco Chanel   I wear lipstick under my mask. Red. It’s partly because, in the past, I didn’t...

‘6-5-4-7,’ A Poem by Sawhney The Writer

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I feel your confusion Coming into me A loss of mind, A stolen identity   I’m trapped in broken ways I feel your sad pain Yet I don’t see How I will...

‘Selena: The Series,’ A Loose Claim to the Latinx Concept

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Selena: The Series comes to the market after the success of other productions seeking to tell the story of great music idols like Luis...