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What ‘City of God’ Teaches Us About Representation in Film, Ten...

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When the Brazilian film "City of God" was released in 2002, it shook the cinematic panorama, both for its extraordinary production and the painful...

A Conversation With Chef Aaron Sanchez About Community and Representation

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Being a first-gen in a Colombian household in the 90s was not an easy feat. At first, everything seemed foreign; television programs, toys, food...

New Report: No Indigenous Women and Few Women of Color As...

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One of the most audience-influencing, and little talked-about, news programs are the Sunday newscasts. These programs set the tone for news coverage across all...

A Letter to First-Generation Students From a Professor That Cares

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Dear First-Gen Students, At this point in your lives, your heads are probably full of questions and doubts. “Do I belong here? Do I deserve this?...

A Bittersweet List of Nominees: Many Women, Few Latinos at the...

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Seventy-six nominations. That is how many nominations women received for the 2021 Oscars. Although it shouldn’t be, this number is still a surprise; it...

Kamala Harris Puts Black Designers in The Limelight

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2020 was a year of awakening for the entire nation. With Biden’s victory culminating an otherwise terrible era, it also brought in a new...

Netflix’s Diversity Crusade Seems to be Working

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The past year was not only marked by the devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was also twelve months in which the struggle to...

Breaking the Stereotype of Immigrant Success

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America was founded and built by immigrants. This fact sometimes feels flabbergasting when you sit and read the headlines of current news cycles. The...

Glaxo Smithkline’s $10M Program Will Improve Access to STEM Opportunities for...

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The lack of representation in the STEM workforce has left a significant portion of youth wondering how this career path looks like for them....

Five Amazing Latinx Poets that Make You Rethink Bad Poetry Day

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I think it’s crucial that, in honor of Bad Poetry Day, we shed light on Latinx poets that represent the opposite of what this...