Lorraine Avila’s Debut Novel Explores Brujería, Afro-Latina Girlhood, & Community

Sofía Aguilar
Afro-Latinx stories remain underrepresented and underappreciated in the Latinx community, the publishing industry, and beyond. Bronx-based Afro-Dominican writer Lorraine Avila might know this better than many. Not only is she unafraid to call out anti-Blackness in Latinidad, but also to place...

Meet Djali Brown-Cepeda, the Afro-Latina Preserving Latinx & Black New York

Virginia Isaad
Passion project turned communal emancipation, Nueva Yorkinos, a digital archive of the triumphant lives of Latinx New Yorkers, is a family album too prolific to keep stored away. Exemplifying the rich cultures and walks of life from multiple generations and...
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Iconic Rapper Trina Opens Up About Being a Boss and Female Empowerment

V. Alexandra de F. Szoenyi
If you grew up listening to rapper Trina in the early 2000s you’re well aware of her music and her influence but you still may not have known that she’s a proud Afro-Dominicana. In fact, quite a few of our...