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Latina Gives Back To Community As CEO Of Hospital Where She Was Born

The newly appointed CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan is committed to creating a safe haven for immigrants.


Selena Quintanilla Earns Spot In The Texas Women’s Hall Of Fame

Selena is among five women to earn the prestigious honor.


The Walking Dead Take Over Mexico City For A Good Cause

We have reached the Halloween season and this isn’t more evident than in the streets of Mexico City.


Clinton Supporter Finagles Photo Op With Eric Trump Wearing A “Latina Against Trump” Shirt

"I really think that it stands as a testament to the lack of diversity surrounding that campaign."


The Story Of The Last Soldadera Of The Mexican Revolution

Leandra Becerra Lumbreras was the last female soldier of the revolution.


The “Bad Hombres” Have Zero Chill On Twitter

A Twitter account was created to make a mockery of Trump's comments during the closing presidential debate.


The Rad Art Show Celebrating Fat Femmes Of All Colors And Genders

Artists aim to challenge the way we see fatness.


The Staggering Lack Of Latino Doctors In California Is A U.S. Problem

Dwindling representation creates a sense of alientation between Latino patients and their physicians.


A Mexican Eatery Serves Haitian Food To Accommodate Refugees

It is the first eatery to serve Haitian food in Mexico's history.
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