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This is my childhood home. Or what’s left of it. Located in the Larkwood subdivision on Bissonnet and Fondren in Southwest Houston, the windows to our house remain propped open …

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Tahila Xicahuamazatl Mintz is a photographer, filmmaker, artist, educator, community organizer, and healer. Tahila has lived photographing and recording stories of women and communities throughout the Americas, Africa, Middle East, …

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In the short documentary Life Between Borders: Black Migrants in Mexico, filmmaker Ebony Bailey takes a close look at the growing population of Black families and workers seeking opportunities for …

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Written by: Jessica Alvarenga Photographs by: Katiria Duque There is something about the Houston hustle; you either love it or you get caught up in the mindless chaos. The kind …

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Nossa Puta Sagrada, Our Blessed Whore, explores the complexities of a woman’s sexuality. It ruptures the false dichotomy between a whore and a saint and challenges what a respectable woman could …

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Written by: Jessica Alvarenga Photos: Collaboration with Adrian Burrell Break ups break us. The pain can linger for days, months, or several life cycles. Usually, I hide heartbreaks under my …

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