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Undocumented Latina Entrepreneurs Thrive Despite Their Status

Virginia Isaad
Rosa Torres is a 23-year-old undocumented sociology student who co-founded Floreria Esperanza with her mom selling custom flower arrangements through Instagram as a creative avenue to make money. Torres was born in Guadalajara, Mexico and came to the U.S. when...
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15 Classic Bésame Cosmetics For Your Beauty Stash

V. Alexandra de F. Szoenyi
Women have been glamming themselves up for decades, rocking creative makeup and hair looks. Each decade had its signature colors and styles, from the bold brows, black eyeliner, and red lips of the 1940s, to the dramatic, graphic black-and-white eyes,...
Culture

The Rise in Latina-Owned Feminist Bookstores Is More Important Than Ever

HipLatina
[article_ad_lb] Small bookshops have been a dying business in the states, especially in big cities like NYC thanks to Barnes & Nobles and Amazon.com. But it seems that the number of feminist, Latina-owned independent bookstores is slowly growing and the...

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