I Wore Clothes From Latina-Owned Stores For A Week
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I Wore Clothes From Latina-Owned Stores For A Week

I Wore Clothes From Latina-Owned Stores For A Week “Our focus right now is to really shine.” Wasi Clothing Vanessa Acosta https://wasiclothing.com/ @wasiclothing The Kaleidoscope Kollective Team “Reflecting…

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Frida Kahlo and commercialised feminism
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Frida Kahlo and commercialised feminism

Frida Kahlo and commercialised feminism Frida Kahlo went from being a radical self-portrait artist to a product sold and consumed all over the world. This tells us a…

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Could Be The First Latina to Represent Her District in Congress
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Could Be The First Latina to Represent Her District in Congress

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Could Be The First Latina to Represent Her District in Congress What do you do when you feel your Representative isn’t doing their job? If you’re…

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Q&A with Lin-Manuel Miranda and Lindsay Mendez
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Q&A with Lin-Manuel Miranda and Lindsay Mendez

Q&A with Lin-Manuel Miranda and Lindsay Mendez Lindsay Mendez hosts a Q&A session with Lin-Manuel Miranda at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s 18th Annual Monte Cristo Award

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NMPBS ¡COLORES!: Maria Hinojosa
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NMPBS ¡COLORES!: Maria Hinojosa

NMPBS ¡COLORES!: Maria Hinojosa Journalist Maria Hinojosa re-imagines borders through art and story. “Because art does not have borders, that’s the beauty about art, about poetry.”

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#WeAllGrow Summit 2018 – The Beauty of Evolution
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#WeAllGrow Summit 2018 – The Beauty of Evolution

#WeAllGrow Summit 2018 – The Beauty of Evolution #WeAllGrow Latina Network’s mission is to elevate the voices and stories of Latinas through the power of community. When one…

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Dominicans Try The Best Mangu In New York City
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Dominicans Try The Best Mangu In New York City

Dominicans Try The Best Mangu In New York City Gadiel and Julissa from Pero Like take Melba Garcia, which is Gadiel’s Mom on an adventure to find the…

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How Alicia Gonzalez Scaled Back Her Business To Ultimately See Substantial Growth
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How Alicia Gonzalez Scaled Back Her Business To Ultimately See Substantial Growth

How Alicia Gonzalez Scaled Back Her Business To Ultimately See Substantial Growth Scaling back your business is never easy, but it’s especially difficult as a nonprofit organization. Executives,…

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Preserving a Piece of Cuban History
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Preserving a Piece of Cuban History

Preserving a Piece of Cuban History Heat, humidity and mold make film preservation in Cuba a harrowing task. Over the last few years, the Academy Film Archive has…

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Why Do Dominicans Own So Many New York Corner Stores?
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Why Do Dominicans Own So Many New York Corner Stores?

Why Do Dominicans Own So Many New York Corner Stores? The bodega is a New York City institution. It’s where you get anything from eggs and milk to…

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