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Written by: Rafael Zu and Jessica Alvarenga Translated by: Jessica Alvarenga In colonial Brazil, a quilombo was a place where runaway slaves would take refuge and be free. Novos quilombos, …

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It was a 93 degree afternoon in Boyle Heights, CA with hot concrete, thick summer air, and the charm of local señores in their mariachi uniforms gathered to await the …

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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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My roots hail from San Antonio, Texas where I was born and raised in New York City.  I have a strong  connection with both cities.  Growing up in New York …

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written by Arlene Mejorado Amara Betty Martin is a multifaceted artist with no limitations in the avenues she takes to express her experiences and compassion she holds for the communities …

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There are several things that come to mind when you think of San Antonio; Selena, the Alamo, Tejanos, maybe even a band called Los Tejanos del Alamo. But, what about …

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