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Video: Latino technology entrepreneur transforms science fiction into reality one ‘cara’ at a time

Video: Latino technology entrepreneur transforms science fiction into reality one ‘cara’ at a time

LatinaLista — Jason Sosa describes himself as a ‘Buccaneer Scholar.” He defines it as “anyone whose love of learning is not muzzled or shackled by any institution or authority; whose mind is driven to wander and find its own place in the world.” It’s that type of thinking, not to mention the inspiration of some

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Video: Another deportation rips apart yet another family with a young child growing up too fast

LatinaLista — On a day when the story of 10-year-old Stephanie Pucheta’s heartbreaking story of the deportation of her father made cyber-headlines, another story of how current immigration policies is separating families comes to the big screen in the documentary “Two Americans.” Again, the story revolves around a young child separated from her parents. The


Viernes Video: New Latino web series vows to only post second episode if 1,000 Likes are registered on Facebook

LatinaLista — Boyle Heights has become synonymous as the cradle of the Latino community in Los Angeles. It’s also been the real-life set of numerous films and cable television shows (Real Women Have Curves and Resurrection Blvd.) Now, it has become the setting for a new web series titled, what else, Boyle Heights. Created by

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Video: A short introduction to Latin American Women Artists of 1915-1995

LatinaLista — Frida Kahlo is perhaps the most recognizable name among Latin American women artists who ever lived — but she is far from the only one. Rather than be seen as the definitive Latin American woman artist, a special exhibit in 1995 highlighted a range of such female artists spanning the years 1915-1995. “Latin American

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Intrn’l Video: A journey through Peru and Bolivia’s most treasured landmarks

LatinaLista — The South American countries of Peru and Bolivia are more than just neighbors. Along their shared border, stands many mystical and awe-inspriring places like Machu Picchu or Lake Titicaca — among a host of other sites to see and experience. Unfortunately, not everyone will have the opportunity to travel to see the sights

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Video: Veteran organizer Marshall Ganz shares his memories of working for social change with Cesar Chavez

LatinaLista — Economic inequality. Class inequality. Discrimination. Gender inequality. The list goes on and for veteran activist and organizer Marshall Ganz these issues are the focal points for social movements trying to effect meaningful social change. Sitting down with journalist Bill Moyers, Ganz shares his personal history of being an organizer, breaking down social movements