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🙋🏽👨🏻👱🏾👩🏾👱🏻‍♀️The Latinx Collective - Issue 36

The Latinx Collective
🙋🏽👨🏻👱🏾👩🏾👱🏻‍♀️The Latinx Collective - Issue 36
By Elisabeth Rosario • Issue #36 • View online
Hey mi gente,
Welcome to The Latinx Collective, your weekly dose of the every day contributions being made around the country by the Latinx community.
Enjoy and let me know what you think. 🤗
Con cariño,
Elisabeth Rosario

TIME: Inside Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's rise (April cover story)
Forbes: Trailer released for live-action 'Dora The Explorer' -  features all-Latino cast + Peruvian culture
Billboard: How Bad Bunny taught pop music a new language (February cover story)
LA Times: These moms couldn’t find bilingual books so they started a bilingual publishing co
GirlBoss: Angélica Fuentes is one of Mexico’s most powerful women, & she wants you to know it’s OK to make mistakes
Support your local bookstores: like this Latinx-owned space in Brooklyn
Support your local bookstores: like this Latinx-owned space in Brooklyn
Cafe con Libros is a feminist bookstore located in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Owner Kalima DeSuze’s mission is to provide space for anyone seeking a community of readers and thinkers and, to spread the love of reading as a source of healing. Check out the local calendar of events, which include author readings, writing club and book club meetings. According to Kamila, she represents “an intersection where many of us live: Black race and Latina ethnicity, and often, we bridge the two communities, whether it is a chosen responsibility or not.” Read more about her in this BESE profile, and visit the bookstore’s 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 on Twitter as @latinxcollectiv & Facebook as @thelatinxcollective.
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Elisabeth Rosario

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