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🙋🏽👨🏻👱🏾👩🏾👱🏻‍♀️The Latinx Collective - Issue 35

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🙋🏽👨🏻👱🏾👩🏾👱🏻‍♀️The Latinx Collective - Issue 35
By Elisabeth Rosario • Issue #35 • View online
Hello new subscribers,
Welcome to The Latinx Collective, your weekly dose of the every day contributions being made around the country by the Latinx community.
I’ve been on a bit of a break because of a ton of personal and work things happening over the past few weeks, but I am happy to back!
Con cariño,
Elisabeth Rosario

NY TIMES: (VIDEO):Japanese Chicano subculture: is it culture appropriation or cultural exchange?
The LA Times: ‘Roma’ star Yalitza Aparicio is so much more than her Oscar fairy tale
Remezcla: 7 Black Latin-American artists reinventing their roots through electronic music
Vibe Magazine: Meet John Henry, host Of VICELAND's new business show 'Hustle'
Brit&Co: A women-led team of scientists in Mexico may have discovered cure for HPV 🇲🇽
 Es Mi Cultura: a newsletter about Latinx celebrating their African ancestry
Es Mi Cultura: a newsletter about Latinx celebrating their African ancestry
Es Mi Cultura is a monthly newsletter that provides readers with positive examples of women who proudly acknowledge their African ancestry while staying true to their Latinx ethnicity and culture. Writer Tamika Burgess launched the newsletter in 2015 and since then, she features at least two women’s stories every month and provides links to various articles and essays, penned by or about, Afro-Latinx, along with book features and other resources. Go check out the March 2019 issue, and subscribe on the website here.
Appreciate you reading this week’s issue. Forward this to friends or family so they can join you in celebrating the every day contributions the Latinx community is making. You can also:
  • View the archive here
  • Don’t forget we built this directory. If you’re a Latinx creator or small business owner, submit your info to be added. If you’re looking to hire or purchase products or services from the Latinx community, check it out.
  • Here’s a tweet you should post about us.
  • If you share any of the articles from the newsletter on social media, tag us! We’re at @latinxcollectiv on Twitter and on Facebook. You can also just click the ‘share’ button under the article you want to share and it will allow you to post the direct link.
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Elisabeth Rosario

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