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The Ultimate Guide to Día de Los Muertos Events in Los Angeles, Mapped ~ 2019

Día de Los Muertos is just around the corner and whether you’ve been observing this tradition for a long time or you...

13-Year-Old Creates School Closet to Give Clothes and Supplies to Classmates in Need

Previously published 08/30/19 on https://www.10tv.comAn eighth grader from Louisiana is making sure his classmates have everything they need this school year.Thirteen-year-old...

FandangObon Festival 2019

SUNDAY / October 6, 2019 • 1–5PMOur 7th annual FandangObon Festival bridging the participatory music and dance traditions of Fandango of Veracruz, Mexico; Japanese...

Meet Black and Ginger, an Ireland-based Interracial Couple Breaking Stereotypes via YouTube

Culturas would love to hear your story. Tell us how your journey began.Salman in Nigerian and Leona is a Serbian-Hungarian. We met in the...

New group for Jewish teens of color to hang out and ‘smash systems of oppression’

The first Jews Against Marginalization gathering at Mosswood Park in Oakland in July (Photo/Courtesy Rachel Gelman)“Being with each other as Jews of color is...

Volunteering with Teenagers

MEET SONIA SMITH-KANG: FOUNDER MIXED UP CLOTHING AND AMBASSADOR SHE SHOULD RUNTCB: How have you instilled a giveback or socially aware mentality in your...

‘Hidden Figures’ NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson turns 101

NASA's Independent Verification and Validation Facility in West Virginia was renamed in Johnson's honor on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Johnson, a native of the...

Sunday dinner: The family tradition we need to bring back

Maskot / Getty ImagesWhen I was a kid growing up on Long Island, Sunday dinner was a thing. We never mentioned it, but everyone just knew...

What To Do When Your Child Is The Only Black Student In Class

Photo credit BlackMomsBlog.comGirl mom here. And I must admit, sending my daughter to school has me pretty freaked out. I don’t mean in the sense...

Sulma Arzu-Brown

"I want to bring more La Bronx comradery. I want to show more examples of women supporting each other at every level."Being a...

I’m an Oglala Lakota Woman and I Won’t Be Labeled as “White-Passing”

COURTESY OF DIET COKE "Accepting a 'white-passing' identity would deny who I am and be an act of self-genocide."In this op-ed, Justina Bruns explains...

How My Interracial Marriage Changed the Way I See the World, And How I Parent

Bilingual and bicultural: the author’s husband and children pictured here ( Michelle Acker Perez )“Mama, why did that man ask if Daddy was the...
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