Pauline Woodley

Pauline Woodley
Pauline is a Black and Mexican-American journalist from Los Angeles. She currently studies Journalism and Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. Her interests lie in writing about pop culture and entertainment through a diverse, inclusive perspective. Most days you can find her writing and drinking overpriced coffee at a cafe.

Navigating identity: My discovery of ‘Afro-Latinx’

I vaguely remember it— looking down at my complexion and noticing it wasn’t like my Barbies, the girls on TV or even my own...
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