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5 New Latinx Series You Need to Start Watching

Latinx representation on TV is still lacking but this year there are some new series to help fill that gaping void. When Netflix canceled its original series One Day at a Time, centered around a Cuban family in Los Angeles, Latinx twitter quickly protested the move and it looks like they’re now trying to make…

5 Human Rights Laws Protecting People of Color in the U.S.

Amidst a political climate that’s left immigrants and people of color feeling discriminated against and unsafe, many states are working to ensure marginalized communities are protected. From the recent ban on the usage of the term “illegal alien” in New York City to the ban of hair discrimination in California and New York, there are…

Columbus Day Will Be Indigenous People’s Day in D.C. This Year and It’s About Time

As of this coming Monday, Washington D.C. will now recognize October 14 as Indigenous People’s Day instead of Columbus Day under a bill the D.C. council approved on Tuesday. The new legislation recognizes, acknowledges, and celebrates the contributions of Native Americans while challenging the idea that Christopher Columbus “discovered” America. More and more states and…

10 Perfect Dresses for Fall

  Yes, we’re feeling a little bummed that summer is nearing its end. But with fall around the corner, we’re ready to continue to play it up with our style choices. Remember, just because summer is over doesn’t mean it’s time to retire that maxi dress – there’s still plenty of fall favorites for you…

Fall Trend Alert: Layering Wardrobe Staples

We know that the summer heat can feel endless but it’s time to work on getting those key fall wardrobe pieces. Never underestimate what a layering can do for your style. We’ve rounded up some key fashion staples, perfect for those chilly fall days and nights.

The Best Fall Day to Night Work Outfits

  Summer isn’t over yet but we’re already thinking about fall fashion. The fall season is the perfect time to switch up your office outfits—from bright colors to neutrals, it’s a great excuse to sneak some rich jewel and Autumn tones into your wardrobe. You can keep it light with a cardigan during the day,…

22 Pairs of Hoop Earrings from Latinx Brands You Need to Buy ASAP

Hoop earrings are a classic and staple accessory of us Latinxs. They speak to our style, our refusal to blend in with the “mainstream,” and our desire to be bold, to be seen. They are rocked everywhere, from the streets to the boardroom to the floor of Congress (shout out AOC!). No matter how many…

Aries Full Moon Will Challenge Your Relationships

Sunday’s full moon in Aries will have you ready to charge ahead in your passionate beliefs. Aries is an energy of independence and leadership, which will spark your inner warrior spirit. Interestingly, the Sun is in Libra, the sign of partnerships, which will add major influence to this full moon. What does this all mean?…

Elizabeth Acevedo Features Afro-Dominican Fierceness in New Book Art

Elizabeth Acevedo is a powerful writer and her books are masterfully done. Part of why readers gravitate to Acevedo is because she makes us feel seen and her latest book cover once again beautifully represents Afro-Latinidad. The Afro-Dominican writer just revealed the cover for her upcoming book Clap When You Land featuring two curly-haired sisters Afro-Dominican…