Angy Rivera: An Uneasy Path to Papers


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Somos: Muslim Latinos


We explore the intersection of Muslim and Latino identities as part of…

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We Were Goths: True Stories From the Dark Side


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When Race and Identity Collide in the Classroom


Close to half the kids in America’s public schools are students of…

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Traveling While Brown: A Conversation


Traveling can be a liberating experience. For people of color it can…

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I’m X Percent Native, Right?


April Salazar was told by her family that she had descended from…

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Jeb Bush: Trump ‘Doesn’t Believe in Tolerance’


This morning, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush appeared on ABC's Good Morning…

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Phoenix Anchor Defends Her On-Air Pronunciations


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From Discarded Belongings to Border Art

1 | Julio | 2015 | Tucson, Arizona

Cuadro realizado por el artista Álvaro Enciso, artista colombiano que reside en Tucson Arizona, que realiza obras de arte a partir de latas que encuentra en las rutas migrantes del desierto sonorense.

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The migrant pathways near the Arizona border are covered with empty tuna…

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