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The effects of authoritarian parenting in Latinx Culture

Carol Sanchez, Writer | February 24, 2020

Strict parenting is a cultural norm among Latinx families. There are strict rules and high expectations placed on Latinx children that are meant to be the formula for creating a well-mannered and obedient...

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Shakira and Jennifer Lopez’s Super Bowl halftime show gave pride and representation to the Latinx community

Carol Sanchez, Writer | February 11, 2020

Support from the Latinx community came out full force when Shakira and Jennifer Lopez, two iconic Latina artists, took the stage at the Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show. Their performances expressed their...

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Lessons I learned from telenovelas

Joana Diaz, Writer | January 30, 2020

Love. Lust. Money. Power. All of these are common themes within thousands of telenovelas stemming from all parts of Latin America. Latin soap operas, or telenovelas (“novelas” for short), make up the...

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The Unspoken Horror of Mexican Repatriation

Owen Hanson, Writer | January 11, 2020

Between the years of 1929 to 1936, America committed an atrocity against all Mexican-Americans, yet the history books have turned a blind eye. During this time, two million Mexican-Americans were forcibly...

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Explorando el mundo del folklórico

Joana Diaz, Writer | January 7, 2020

Aunque su historia se remonta al periodo colonial (1525-1810), el folklórico a sido un baile recientemente popularizado en no solo México pero en varias partes del mundo, incluyendo los Estados Unidos....

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