Vicko Alvarez Vega (ScholaRComics) created a series to highlight the moments in which we use instagram to show a little bit of vulnerability on a platform largely utilized to show our …

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Since I discovered TED talks a few years ago, it had been a lifelong dream to present one of my “Big Ideas” on stage. I didn’t expect to reach this …

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by Elizabeth Rodriguez “I want to establish poetry spots that will last for decades to come. I want folks to call me a visionary and a bridge to helping them …

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diaspora is to miss someone you’ve never met; is to miss a place you’ve never visited. there’s a place in your gut where longing resides. it burrows itself in deeply …

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“TWO (WO)MEN IN A BURNING HOUSE MUST NOT STOP TO ARGUE” On the night George Zimmerman was acquitted for the murder of unarmed, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, I had just left …

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La virgen de Guadalupe, Tonantzin, Mother Earth, La Reina de Mexico is one of the most iconic figures seen in Mexico and the Southwest of the US. She appears in …

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