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Mariela Rosario

Currently serving as Editor-in-Chief for HipLatina.com, Mariela is passionate about identity, politics, and pop culture. After starting her career in TV production at Sesame Workshop and HGTV, she helped Time Inc & Essence launch Suede, the very first high-fashion magazine for women of color. Shortly after, she joined Latina magazine’s digital team where she met President Obama in 2010 and quickly got promoted to managing online editor. Since then, she has launched two sites for CafeMedia, and recently started Galchemism, an organization dedicated to empowering and encouraging women of color in arts & entertainment.

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Meet Curl Master Dazy Lyn, Creator of the Official Rizos Curls Cut

When I first walked into artist and hairstylist Dazy Lyn’s studio space, I knew this cut was going to be…

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Why We Need to Talk About Miscarriages More As Latinas

Miscarriage is a dirty word among lots of women. We all love to share the beautiful parts of pregnancy, our…

Kim Kardashian Posting Photos of Psoriasis All Over Her Face Is a Big Deal

I’m not a huge Kim Kardashian fan here and it’s been a good long while since I’ve kept up with…

2019 Oscars Red Carpet: The 13 Best Dressed Women of Color

The 2019 Oscars are on and popping and the red carpet has not disappointed! Women of color rocked it with…

Loving Myself Made Me Realize How Beautiful Brown Skin Is

Presented by ULTA Beauty When I was a little girl, my abuela would always warn me to stay out of…

11 All-Star Skin Care Products You’ll Want to Get Your Hands on ASAP

Presented by ULTA Beauty When I turned 30, the panic of aging made me obsessed with skincare. I tried every…

Yalitza Aparicio: “Growing Up I Never Saw Anyone Who Looked Like Me On the Screen”

Yalitza Aparicio has the wide-eyed wonder of a young woman who knows something incredible is happening to her. She’s surprised…

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Raising Proud Afro-Latinx and Multi-Racial Children

Let me scream it extra loud so y’all can hear me in the back: LATINO IS NOT A RACE. Latinos…

Miss Bala: Gina Rodriguez Wants to Be the Latina Jason Bourne

The original Miss Bala was a brilliant indie film that drove the visceral violence of the Mexican drug wars straight…

Cyntoia Brown

Cyntoia Brown Granted Clemency in a Win for Victims Everywhere

Cyntoia Brown was just 16 years old when she killed the man who had just purchased her for sex. She’s been…

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Christmas Consumerism Is Really Bad for Kids

Don’t get me wrong; I love Christmas as much as the next guy. I love the lights, I love the…

‘The Mule’ Is a Lazy, Racist Movie

Clint Eastwood is old, but is that supposed to make it okay that The Mule is a lazy piece of…

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