Posts in Culture
Japanese-Venezuelan artist Marina Marqueza creates messages of healing and self-love through their music

“Just existing as a queer person of color in music spaces can be exhausting…I can say that the more vulnerable I am, the stronger I become, and I feel the most unstoppable when I am being as honest about my challenges as my triumphs.'‘

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Puerto Ricans unite in solidarity around the world calling for resignation of governor

For the last week, protests have rocked Puerto Rico’s capital city, San Juan. They’re calling for governor Ricardo Rosselló to resign due to his negligence and carelessness. So far, he’s refused to step down. 

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Death of trans asylum seeker, Johana Medina Leon, while in ICE custody once again shows human cost of broken immigration system

Attempting to escape the threat of violence in her home country, she set off for the United States. That decision, and the series of events that followed, ultimately cost her her life.

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How the groundbreaking fellowship, Movement Mujeres, is helping women of color flourish in Texas

“There hasn’t been a program for women of color in Texas that is specifically meant to support them and their growth in whatever trajectory they’re following… I think this is revolutionary and a long-time coming. “

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Niñas Arriba – Changing the World by Educating Girls

Determined to make a difference in El Salvador, this organization is closing the education and work gap awarding college scholarships and offers paid internship opportunities to qualified Salvadoran women.

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Meet 4 Nicaraguan Community Organizers Fighting for a Free Nicaragua

It is the first anniversary of the peaceful protests that resulted in hundreds of deaths in Nicaragua. We’re sharing the stories of 4 Nicaraguan womxn who are organizing calls for action for a free Nicaragua.

By Gabriela Alemán

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