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Golden State Warriors Small Forward Juan Toscano-Anderson Flies High With Mexico’s...

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Over the weekend, the AT&T Slam Dunk Contest saw Mexico's tricolor soar in a once-in-a-lifetime performance in NBA history. Golden State Warriors shooting guard/forward Juan...

Isabella Sierra Lights Up the Screen Yet Again on Telemundo’s ‘La...

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The 1980s were the golden years of soap operas. American television had a handful of soaps pulling in millions of viewers. Latino households were...

How the Coronavirus Pandemic Has Affected Sex Workers in Mexico City

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Much has been said during the COVID-19 pandemic about unemployment, about the millions of workers forced to take to the streets to support their...

Feminist Movement in Mexico Calls for a One-Day National Strike Against...

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After opening 2020 with one of the most violent months in its history of femicides, women in Mexico have decided to paralyze the country...

Carving Out an Afro-Mestizo Identity in México

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Bogotá looked very white to me growing up. From the vantage point of that stretching meseta (plateau), tucked in between the high-rise ridges of...

The Krewe de Mayahuel Celebrates Mexican Identity in New Orleans

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Thanks to the Krewe of Mayahuel, Mexican culture is finally palpable in a parade that has always been about freedom of expression, although its...

Feminist Groups Claim ‘Not One Less!’ After the Terrible Femicide of...

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Last Friday, about 70 women gathered near the National Palace in Mexico City, seat of the Executive Power and residence of President Andrés Manuel...

Writing Your Latino Story: How Not to Pull an American Dirt

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Have you been following the controversy over American Dirt? If not,you should — it’s a textbook lesson in creating social justice impact through social...

Murder of Activist Isabel Cabanillas Was the Last Straw and Triggered...

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"Your struggle goes on, Isabel," has been the cry that has traveled to every corner of Mexico City, after the young activist and plastic...

Diving Into Magic Mushrooms With Author Michelle Janikian: From Indigenous Central...

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When you hear the term "magic mushrooms" your mind probably goes to an illicit place —you might think about illegal drugs and some possibly...

How Netflix Managed to Break Down the Wall and Take Over...

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Understanding the Latino community as a profoundly heterogeneous group is no easy task, much less understanding its priorities when it comes to entertainment. Often subject...

Mexico Becomes the First Latin American Country to Establish a Feminist...

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It is no secret that the world of politics is full of paradoxes, but there are some that come loaded with good intentions. Such is...