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The problem with Queer representation in the media

Sean Quinn, Writer | October 14, 2019

It’s that time of year, and no I don’t mean the start of school or Halloween; I mean LGBTQ+ History Month.  Normally, people would celebrate important queer figures in history, from Virginia Woolf...

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Deportistas Latinoamericanos

Carol Sanchez, Writer | October 13, 2019

Julio César Chávez   Originalmente de México, Julio César Chávez empezó su gran carrera en boxeo profesional en 1980 a tan solo 17 años. En 1994 después de 89 victorias consecutivas, Chávez...

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La diversidad de la música latina

Carol Sanchez and Joana Diaz | September 30, 2019

La música Latinoaméricana es conocida por su gran variedad de estilos y mensajes. Cada canción está hecha con la intención de que cualquier persona en cualquier rincón del mundo la escuche y le encante....

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“La Raza, Unida, Jamás Será Vencida”

Owen Hanson, Writer | September 25, 2019

Foundation and fall of El Partido Nacional de La Raza Unida Founded on Jan. 17, 1970, El Partido Nacional de La Raza Unida was a political party in Southwest Texas created to battle inequality in the...

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Disabilities are Abilities

Sean Quinn, Writer | September 8, 2019

When I was in first grade, I knew I was different, in the way I learned, the way I acted and my overall state of mind. A couple of years later, I was officially diagnosed with being on the autism spectrum....

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June: History of the marginalized

Hana Vrablik and Jimena Perez | July 3, 2019

June 3, 1943: Zoot Suit Riots begin The Sleepy Lagoon trial concluded in early 1943 and declared twelve young men guilty for the death of José Gallardo Díaz and five young women who declined to testify...

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