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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: Vicko Alvarez A response to My Papi and Mami Do Not Get Me My Ma and Pa do not get me, but we have spent my entire adult …

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Being a known Juan Gabriel fanatic, on the day of his death, I was asked to reflect on the passing of Juan Gabriel for Mujeres En Medio. I knew I …

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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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As if on cue, a wave of grito mexicanos reverberated through the crowd as Tijuana-born Ceci Bastida came on stage during the pre-festival Pachanga showcase in Houston. With the perfect …

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Pachanga Fest kept the party going at Austin’s Fiesta Gardens for the seventh year since the festival’s humble start in 2008. The Latina/o-themed music, arts and food festival celebrates Latin American roots …

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