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Eric Garner. Alton Sterling. Michael Brown Jr. Tamir Rice. Freddie Gray. Anthony Nunez. Raul Saavedra-Vargas. Vinson Ramos. The list goes on and on and on.
African American and Latino men are under attack. Historically, black and brown men have lived side by side in the struggle against discrimination, inequality and poverty. Subsequently, the Black Lives Matters movement is closely aligned with Latinos and our everyday struggle.
It's Colombian Independence Day and we want everyone to celebrate with us!
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We will all be Colombian on July 20.
Who loved Sesame Street growing up? Kids still watch it today — and celebrities keep turning out to add their personal flavor to the beloved show. Grab your nenes and watch these adorable videos featuring Eva Longoria, Sofia Vergara, and more:
Some of the biggest name Latino celebrities have lent their voices to unforgettable animated characters. From John Leguizamo to Sofia Vergara, here are 16 stars who have hit the big screen as cartoons:
This article was originally published on March 1, 2014
Demi Lovato's cool, quirky, and endearingly sweet personality shines through in everything — including her Instagram feed. This girl doesn't take herself too seriously, and we love following along with her escapades on social media.
Get to know Demi by taking a look at her best Instagram selfies ever:
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The events that took place on Sunday in Orlando felt personal. Not only because I am a member of the LGBT community but because Pulse Nightclub was a pivotal place in my young adult life. You could regularly find me there for their Latin nights with a group of friends laughing, flirting and still trying to learn how to dance salsa. The club was always filled with members of the LGBT community, their friends, family members and allies; it was a place of love.
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