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Yesika Salgado Talks Love, Loss, and Gentrification in New Poetry Book

Virginia Isaad
Yesika Salgado‘s signature curls, bold lipstick, and acrylic nails exude confidence and when she felt lost and frustrated while developing her latest poetry collection, she let that persona shine through. The Los Angeles writer attributes the direction of her latest...
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Immigrant Woman’s Labor Stopped So She Can Be Sent Back to Mexico

Virginia Isaad
A woman from El Salvador who is eight-and-a-half-months pregnant and experiencing contractions while crossing the Rio Grande was forced to return to Mexico by Border Patrol agents, the Associated Press reports. After being taken to a hospital and given medication...

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