“I’m a strong woman entrepreneur, a leader, a rebel, and a game changer”
How one young Latina moved cross-country and discovered herself.
How Mexico and the rest of Latin America nearly became one huge slave plantation for the South
“After using a homemade version for myself I realized I could help so many others to keep their closets organized.”
Why an understanding of black history is crucial for all people of color.
“After researching the current shaving market, we discovered an unmet demand for a product like ours for women limited in flexibility and mobility”
“Inspired by travels and the flavors that make up a culture, I had the idea to create a locally-sourced, holistically-healthy soft serve.”
“I call my scarves wearable art; bringing glamour to everyday life.”
History leaves no doubt that the intersection between Black and Latin identity runs deep, and yet the Afro-Latin experience remained largely invisible in mainstream media and popular music.
The relationship between life and death and the perception of time are two themes that ‘Futuro’ explores without solemnity or optimism.
“Our grandmother. She was our role model, a strong and determined woman with a great sense of style.”
We can’t hope for solidarity among all people of color until Latinos learn to set aside their differences.