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🙋🏽👧🏿👱🏾👧🏻The Latinx Collective: Issue #17: This week's five

Hey you, Welcome to issue #17 of The Latinx Collective, where you’ll always receive a carefully-curat
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🙋🏽👧🏿👱🏾👧🏻The Latinx Collective: Issue #17: This week's five
By Elisabeth Rosario • Issue #17 • View online
Hey you,
Welcome to issue #17 of The Latinx Collective, where you’ll always receive a carefully-curated list of stories to celebrate and uplift the incredibly and uniquely diverse Latinx community.
This weekend I’m headed to the Whitney Museum to see the Latinx-curated Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay: Indigenous Space, Modern Architecture, New Art exhibit. I’ll keep you posted..
Con carino,
Elisabeth Rosario’

THIS WEEK'S FIVE:
Fader: Life in Puerto Rico for a refreshingly weird Latin trap star
NY Times: Actor Y’lan Noel on ‘Insecure,’ ‘The First Purge’ and black masculinity onscreen
Mercury News: Kelsey Martinez blazing trails  as first female coach in Raiders history
NBC Latino: Duolingo & CAPTCHA co-founder  wins prestigious Lemelson-MIT prize
VIDEO: Meet a Japanese-Dominican Chef in Miami
SPOTLIGHT SERIES:
Karen Vidángos, who works in the museum industry, has always had a passion for the arts, but as a Latina she rarely saw herself represented in the cultural institutions she visited. So she created this Instagram account to share photos of herself at different exhibits and it’s now become a movement with Latinxs in museums all over the country doing so. Go follow @LatinxCurated on Instagram and when you post photos of yourself at museum exhibits, tag them with #Latinxcurated to be featured on the account.
A Latina at an exhibit in Mexico, via the @LatinxCurated account
A Latina at an exhibit in Mexico, via the @LatinxCurated account

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Thank you for this wonderful newsletter! It is a wonderful way for non-latinx folks to build some cultural knowledge. I have recommended it to our educators.  
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