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New La Borinqueña Exhibit in San Juan, Puerto Rico Aims to Educate & Unite the Diaspora

As soon as I stepped through the door of Chocobar Cortés late in June 2021, I was met by a wall plastered with an image of the indy superhero La Borinqueña, created by Nuyorican graphic novelist Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez, it was...
News and Entertainment

GoFundMe for Young Latinas Using Taco Bell WiFi for School Raises Almost 150K!

Virginia Isaad
A photo of two little girls on the sidewalk using Taco Bell wifi for school in Salinas went viral for putting a spotlight on the digital divide in education during the pandemic. The image was posted by @ms_mamie89 who wrote...
Lifestyle

How My Catholic Latina Mom Learned To Embrace My Bruja Spirituality

HipLatina
Growing up Catholic, not only did I make my Communion and Confirmation, but my Puerto Rican mother was also my religious instruction teacher. We went to mass on Sundays and we said our prayers at night. My mom told me...
Culture

7 Reasons Every Latinx Should Visit The National Museum of African American History and Culture

HipLatina
  Back in the fall of 2016—just a few months before President Barack Obama left office—The National Museum of African American History and Culture, a member of the Smithsonian Institution, opened in Washington D.C. Since the museum’s much-publicized opening, tickets...