6 Tamales From All Over Latin America You Need To Try

V. Alexandra de F. Szoenyi
  WE all love a homemade tamale, most of the time we make them during the Christmas holiday. Making them, buying them, eating way more of them than is probably allowed. We know that several countries make these delectable, packaged...
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9 Merengue Fusion Songs from The ’90s That Are Still Lit

During the 1990s emerged a fun, energetic and super danceable genre of music, known as merenhouse/merenrap. Originating in New York by artists from the Dominican Republic, it is a mix that includes merengue, hip-hop, house, dancehall, and reggae. Major acts...
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13 Latinx Works Preserved in The Library of Congress

Established on April 24, 1800, the Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, holding over 167 million items that are “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.” These works include books, printed materials, audio recordings, sheet music, maps, manuscripts,...

11 Indigenous Latina Heroines You Should Know

  Yesterday was Columbus Day, a national federal holiday (October 8), which is meant to celebrate Christopher Columbus’s “discovery” of America on October 12, 1492. Instead of cosigning on a lie, and the blatant disrespect of the indigenous community, here...