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Four Person-to-Person Things I Do to Address Anti-Blackness con Mi Gente -

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mayyluv:

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puertoricanflagsup:

I cant eat too much of this anymore but who loves chicharron? #puertorico #puertorican #puertoricanflagsup #prflagsup #boricua #boricuasunited #puertoricanflagsup #bronx #nyc #nuyorican #latinoflagsup #latino

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everythingyntk:

Marihenny for French Revue de Modes Magazine #21 

#fuckyeahdominicanas

Tahiry

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reclaimingthelatinatag:

Isabella’s Hair and How She Learned to Love It is a children’s book by New York author of Afro-Boricua descent, Marshalla Soriano Ramos.

Ramos, who is also an English as a Second Language teacher, poet and Mom, wrote Isabella”s Hair and How She Learned to Love It “out of a desire to respond to the issues surrounding self image within the Afro-Latino community and to contribute to multi-cultural protagonists being represented in children’s literature” [x].

Above picture courtesy of WordPress blog Festival AfroLatino de Nueva York.

juliocotto:

'Puerto Rican Sugar Cane Cutter, 1941' Copyright Julio Cotto 1999. Pencil sketch.

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