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A Day In The Life Of Queer Latinx Street Artist Johanna Toruño
Toruño honors queer women of color with her vibrant, unapologetic and very public work.
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Rita Moreno Is Set To PEGOT When She Picks Up Her Peabody Award
Curtis M. Wong
The “One Day at a Time” star is one of only three Hollywood figures to achieve that distinction.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Schools Fox News On What 'The Latina Thing' Is Really All About
The New York congresswoman hits back after Laura Ingraham and a guest mocked how she says her name.
Veronica Escobar & Sylvia Garcia: Texas’ First Latina Congresswomen
In the 2018 midterm elections, Veronica Escobar and Sylvia Garcia were elected as Texas’ first Latina congresswomen.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Will Officially Be The Youngest Woman Elected To Congress
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a New York native, became the youngest woman elected to the House of Representatives.
Más Mejor Comedy Showcase: Vanessa Gonzalez Explains Preschool Problems
Once parents drop off their children at preschool, comedian Vanessa Gonzalez’s the one left in charge.
Más Mejor Comedy Showcase: Marcella Arguello Gets Real About Racism
Comedian Marcella Arguello has a theory on how we’re all the same on the inside.
HuffPost and Mas Mejor Present A LatinX Comedy Showcase
HuffPost and Mas Mejor teamed up to highlight an array of comedians from the LatinX community
Más Mejor Comedy Showcase: Jesus Trejo Describes Money Problems
Trying to save money can lead to some funny stories. Just ask comedian Jesus Trejo.
Más Mejor Comedy Showcase: Gina Brillon Shares Wedding Troubles
There’s no need to lose weight to fit in the wedding dress of your dreams ― comedian Gina Brillon has another solution.
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Texas Is Poised To Elect Its First Latina Congresswoman
Possibly even two.
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J.Lo Is More Than Her Booty, And This Poet Wants To Set The Record Straight
Jennifer Lopez herself shared the ode on social media.
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'White Girls, Take Off Your Hoops': How This Latina Chose A College
Rising Freshman at Pitzer College
Finding a space that would allow free and proud cultural expression took priority.
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Wonder Woman Of The '70s Was A Brainy Latina
Writer, Lawyer, Mom
I was the bookish child of immigrants and she was my hero.
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The Chingona Manifesto
Chingona. Realtor®. Wealth Revolutionary.
Wake up every day and live passionately and unapologetically raw.
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Bruno Mars: I 'Wouldn't Be Here' If Not For Black Artists
"They created the soundtrack of my life."
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How I Define My Chingona Fire
Chicana Feminist poet, teaching artist, and co-founder of Chin...
Chingona noun. 1. a Spanish slang term meaning “bad ass woman” Although the word “chingona” is a Spanish term, it is not
My TV Wish List for Future: Latin-Culture Network but with English Dialogue
University of Central Florida Forum
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I am watching with the feeling of awe and empowerment for myself, but as a Latin woman instead. Then I stop for minute and
We The Voters
Why This 29-Year-Old Latina Decided To Enter Local Politics
Juana Matias is ready to show Massachusetts why government representation matters. In this "We The Voters" video, the 29-year-old immigration advocate gives us a look into the grassroots efforts behind her campaign for state representative.
An Open Letter To Those Who Don't See Their Own Racism
E. L. Sureno
Your arguments reek of ignorance and privilege.
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What Casting A Latina On SNL Means For The Rest Of Us
We are a people who, unfortunately, have gotten used to voicing our frustrations only to fall on deaf ears.
The Difference Between Hispanic, Latino And Latinx
A lot of people use "Hispanic" and "Latino" interchangeably and have never heard of "Latinx." So, here's a little help.
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