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Spotlight Nonprofit: Allowing budding artists to earn as they learn

Spotlight Nonprofit: Allowing budding artists to earn as they learn

LatinaLista — Long before schools decided art wasn’t enough of a worthwhile class that students could learn something from and axed it from their curriculums, one off-campus art nonprofit has been showing that art is not only relevant to students’ lives but can be profitable in a variety of ways. Minneapolis-based Juxtaposition Arts has been


Viernes Video: Dreamer: A True American Story

LatinaLista — Even though President Obama authorized the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”) program to grant deferred action from deportations for certain undocumented young people, there are still many undocumented youth who either don’t qualify or have aged out of the requirements. For that reason, another film about the DREAMer experience serves to not

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Intrn’l Video: Following the search for ‘family, identity and justice’ in El Salvador

LatinaLista — Like many Central and South American countries, El Salvador endured a civil war. The 12-year war, a fight between “the US-backed military-led government and the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN), a coalition or ‘umbrella organization’ of five left-wing guerrilla groups,” claimed not only a part of El Salvador’s history but 75,000 of

New study finds Latino and Black homebuyers pay more for their homes but researchers can’t explain why

LatinaLista — It’s sometimes said, to paraphrase a popular saying, that racism is in the eye of the beholder. That’s certainly the case over the last few years where lawsuits have been filed against universities and businesses implementing diversity initiatives. One of the reasons the ones lodging the complaint may not see it as racism