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Meet Noelia Garella, the First Woman with Down's Syndrome to Become a Daycare Teacher in Argentina
Meet Noelia Garella, the First Woman with Down Syndrome to Become a Daycare Teacher in Argentina

When Noelia Garella was a little girl, a daycare center refused to enroll her, calling the Argentine woman a "monster" because she has Down syndrome. Today, she is the first person in Latin America with the genetic condition to teach at the preschool level, and she’s not turning any youngster away.

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Road Trip! These Are the Best Breweries in the U.S.
Road Trip! These Are the Best Breweries in the U.S.

Don't let the back-to-school commercials fool you. Now is the time to go on that road trip. And nothing says "summer vacation" quite like sipping an ice cold beer under the summer sun in a new city that's full of possibilities. Trust us, these breweries are well worth the drive and hotel fare. So order a flight and some apps, because you're gonna want to stay for a while. 

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About 7% of School Living In Fear Of Undocumented Parent Being Deported
About 7 Percent of School Children Have At Least One Undocumented Parent

According to a report from the Pew Research Center, 3.9 million kindergarten through 12th grade students in U.S. public and private schools were children of undocumented immigrants as of 2014.


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Will Selena Gomez Attend This Weekend's AMAs?
Will Selena Gomez Attend This Weekend's AMAs?

In late August, Selena Gomez announced she’d be taking a break from her career in order to tend to her mental health and lupus diagnosis. Despite the hiatus, Gomez may be stepping out for just one night.


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Why This Chicano is Making Brujos, a Web Series About Magical Queer People of Color
Why This Chicano is Making 'Brujos,' a Web Series About Magical Queer People of Color

It’s been a difficult year for LGBTQ Latinxs. In June, the community was hit with the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history when a gunman charged into Orlando’s Pulse nightclub on Latin night, killing 49 people and injuring dozens more – most of whom were Latinx. More recently, the country elected Donald Trump, a candidate who centered his campaign on anti-Mexican, anti-immigrant rhetoric and proposals, and his running mate Mike Pence, arguably the biggest political opponent of LGBTQ rights of our time, as the next president and vice president, respectively.


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