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9.16.19

The Latinx Artists Using Instagram to Fight Erasure in a Gentrifying Los Angeles

In the face of rapid displacement, Latinx artists are using social media to archive the lives and legacies of the people who made LA the cultural starburst that it is.

8.27.19

Hollywood Is Failing Miserably at Latinx Representation, Study Shows

A report by USC's Annenberg Inclusion Initiative found a severe lack of Latinx characters and actors in film.

8.6.19

The Unbearable Stress of Being in a Community Under Attack

The life-altering, stressful impacts of ICE raids and shooting massacres don’t end with the events themselves. So how are people attempting to cope under constant threat?

6.18.19

HBO's 'Los Espookys' Is for the Weirdos

But especially for all the goth Latinx kids who never saw themselves on screens.

1.16.19

Spielberg’s Latinx ‘West Side Story’ Is Fighting Hollywood Whitewashing

His new cast is a correction to decades of white actors playing the movie's Puerto Rican roles.

10.3.18

Bad Bunny's Embrace of Femininity Comes with a Caveat

The Latin trap star is pushing against toxic masculinity while revealing the genre's limits of acceptance.

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6.27.18

How Queer Heavy Metal Magick Saved Me

My alchemy practice promotes self-care as an act of personal and political resistance.

6.22.18

The Latinx Drag Queens Spearheading HIV Activism on the Border

We went to a Texas border town battling a major HIV epidemic to meet the activists working to educate people about the virus.

6.21.18

What 'Latinx' Means to Me

The term stands for all of the people in the Latino community who struggle to fit into one identity.

4.23.18

The Latinx Presence at Coachella Was Bigger Than Ever

At this year’s festival, we photographed performers like Cardi B and Miguel and their adoring fans.

3.12.18

In El Paso, Immigrant Youth Are Changing the Face of Border Activism

A group called Soñando Juntos is building something unique: an intersectional coalition fighting for undocumented people.

2.26.18

This Neuroscientist Uses Art to Fight Hate

Hyphen-Labs' Ashley Baccus-Clark co-created a VR project that puts users into the body of a black woman.

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