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Intrn’l Video: Small film triggers big conversation around issues of intolerance and discrimination

Intrn’l Video: Small film triggers big conversation around issues of intolerance and discrimination

LatinaLista — It’s rare that a film can hold a mirror to society and expose how many is his own worst enemy in only six minutes, but the Spanish film Cólera accomplishes that and more. The basic premise of the film is straightforward — man deformed by cholera is an outcast but doesn’t live far

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Video: Former inmates reconnect with Nature to heal their spirit and keep from returning to their old ways

LatinaLista — Sometimes a reconnection with Nature is what is needed to heal the Human Spirit. For those who “feel broken” due to incarceration and drug addiction, this reconnection can make all the difference in having a bright future. In a special conservation program started in 2010 in the Houston area, former inmates have an

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Video: New poll underscores tie between the environment and Latino communities

LatinaLista — A popular perception of Latinos is that all are urban dwellers. Most believe that highway mixmasters are the closest stone canyons that many Latinos will see, and they wouldn’t be entirely wrong. Yet, in Colorado and New Mexico, two states not only known for their natural beauty and endless outdoor activities, and where

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Video: New film showcases the sport of boxing and declares it’s “the era of Latin fighters”

LatinaLista — Fighting has been part of human society from the beginning. A recent study found that men’s faces actually evolved to better withstand punches since the face has always been the primary target for clenched fists. It’s something that every boxer knows firsthand — and today, it’s more Latino boxers taking it on the

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Video: Latina author searches for the root of “Hispanic” vs “Latino” identity

LatinaLista — Mexican American author and UC Berkeley sociologist G. Cristina Mora never realized the diversity of “Hispanics” until she moved out of her Los Angeles neighborhood, where 100 percent of her neighbors were families who could trace their lineage back to different states of Mexico, to the East Coast where people mistook her for

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Intrn’l Video: Filmmaker’s love of Mexico translates into new perspective of drug smuggling trade

LatinaLista — Filmmaker Josh Soskin‘s bio describes him as a “hispanophile.” In addition to the fact that he’s named his French bulldog “Guadalupe,” his latest short film is further testament to the love affair Soskin has with Hispanic culture, especially Mexico. While living in Mexico in 2007, Soskin saw the brutal aftermath of a shootout

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