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Sarah La Morena: Powered by music

On Instagram, Sarah Palafox recently posted a sentimental slideshow of photos that captured her relationship with her parents. There’s a standard graduation photo and...

Culturas Corner: Meet Café con Libros

Culturas Corner highlights individuals who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we meet Patricia DeRobles of...

Investigation spotlights racist housing policies in California

A new investigation by the Los Angeles Times found crime-free housing programs disproportionately affect Black and Latino residents in California.  Such programs make it more...

The Piggy Box and the importance of teaching our kids about money

Earlier this week, on November 17, National Entrepreneur’s Day celebrated the brilliant minds who have changed the way we live and laid the foundation...

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...

Holiday streaming guide

Sugarplums, tinsel and hot chocolate, oh my! The holiday season is swiftly approaching and with that comes the need to snuggle up loved ones...

Another win: Judge invalidates restrictions on DACA

Over the weekend, a federal judge ruled Chad Wolf’s suspension of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was not valid.  The decision comes as...

How to have a pandemic-safe holiday season

Adapting to COVID-19 protocol has been ongoing for most of the year, but we are headed for arguably our biggest challenge yet: the holidays....

Culturas Corner: Meet Sweet Treats by Alba Rodriguez

Culturas Corner highlights individuals who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we learn more about Orange...

#IAmVanessaGuillen spotlights a need for change in policy, culture

Trigger warning: This article discusses sexual assault and murder. Las inseparables. That’s what best friends Vanessa, Evelyn, Frida and Jocelyn were known as. Where one would...

The Ripped Bodice: The West Coast’s only romance bookstore

Leah and Bea Koch’s dream of having a romance bookstore is now a bustling reality With its bubblegum pink building and ornate gold signposts, The...

Opinion: The antidote to 2020 is kindness

Kindness is an action word.  It’s how Ellen DeGeneres typically ends her daytime talk show: “Be kind to one another.” It’s Harry Styles' call of...
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Culturas Corner: Meet Black & Pink

Culturas Corner highlights those who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we learn more about organization...

Thanksgiving deliberations: students reflect on the U.S. failing of Native Americans

In fifth grade, Moakeah Rivera stopped saying the Pledge of Allegiance. To her, America was only a country that had failed her ancestors.  Every year...

SoCal persists in giving back for Thanksgiving, and so can you!

Despite complications imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations across Southern California are finding a way to give back to the community.  With the pandemic still...

Joining a taboo’s undoing, Meghan Markle pens essay on miscarriage

Today the New York Times published “The Losses We Share,” an essay by Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, who opens up about her...

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