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Chula By Amanda Alcántara

Amanda Alcántara’s first book and why we need more Spanglish printed.

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4 Dominican Women Talk About What Afro-Latinidad Means to Them

With anti-black rhetoric so prevalent in the Dominican Republic, proudly embracing your blackness is seen as an act of rebellion.

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Monthly Topic: Dominican Beauty

A month-long celebration of the beauty of our gente.

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El Chisme: March 2019

Otro mes, otro chisme del bueno.

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A Day in the Life of Jasmine Genc

The willingness to take risks is contagious.

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How My Favorite Book is Also the Story of My Heroine

Eliza was bigger than waiting for a prince to save her, she became her own heroine and, in the process, mine.

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Donde Come Uno Comen Tre': More Proof That Dominican Women are Magic

I’m going to add to my resume ‘Dominican Woman.’

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Los Cuentos de Mamá: How I Learned to Be Me

Tin cups, jugos and a sentence that can chance the life of a Dominican woman.

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Meet Some of the Latinas That Are Killing It on TV

The representation of Latina women is changing, and we owe some of it to these dope women rompiendo en la TV.

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