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Huh? Can You Repeat That?

“Huh? Can you repeat that?” is a phrase most people with uncommon names have heard before. Names are something I have thought about for years. ...

Do Her Parents Know You’re Black?

It is a question I have asked my sons many times, usually before initial encounters with the parents of their white friends. It remains...

Observing Ramadan during a Pandemic

Followers of Islam began observing Ramadan, the Islamic holy month, from April 12. But until they break the fast on Eid-ul-Fitr (May 13), this...

Culturas contributions: Meet our staff

Culturas prides itself on offering a wide selection of multicultural and intersection news coverage. Here are a few of the writers who have written...

Culturas contributions: Meet our staff

This week Culturas is featuring nine of their superb contributors. The following article contains the first four.  Aarohi Sheth - she/her - Taurus - Editorial...

Red & Olive Co. are Redefining the Doll Industry

Red & Olive Co.'s co-founders, Destiny Conner and Lita Barreda are making dolls stitched with love, stories, and a mission. Their tight bond as a...

Culturas Corner: Meet Briana Valdez

Culturas Corner highlights individuals who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering, or activism. Today we have the owner of...

Five BIPOC womxn in the entertainment industry that should be household names

In honor of Women’s History Month, each week Culturas will be sharing five womxn of color who are noteworthy. This week is focusing on noteworthy...

A Letter to a Pregnant Person during COVID-19

I’ve been dreading writing this. I am a person who tries to be honest about my lived experiences, but this topic was hitting too...

Five BIPOC modern womxn that should be household names

In honor of Women’s History Month, each week Culturas will be sharing five womxn of color who are noteworthy. This week is focusing on noteworthy...

A New Kind of Tradition for Chinese New Year

Celebrating Chinese New Year without my mother feels weird and sometimes honestly a little empty. It’s one of those things I took for granted...

Mexican Telenovelas and the Definition of Beauty

Some Mexican families gravitate around soap operas, famously known as telenovelas. The entire household knew they couldn’t distract grandma because it was her telenovela’s grand...
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