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Meet Ashley M. Jones: Alabama’s First Black Poet Laureate

Ashley M. Jones’ journey to becoming the first Black Poet Laureate of the State of Alabama began in the second grade. Her teacher gave...

A Black Captain America is in the horizon

Captain America, a paramount Marvel character, is a hero that often seems to embody classic American values as he is a patriotic freedom fighter...

La respuesta a la caída de Tenochtitlán

Nota del editor: Culturas quiere hacer nuestras historias más accesibles para nuestros lectores. Somos conscientes de que nuestro público está formado por personas de...

The Eternal Marvel v. DC Tussle

When it comes to vying for top place, DC Comics (and its corresponding DC Extended Universe) and Marvel Comics (and its Marvel Cinematic Universe)...

An Olympic reminder of La Borinqueña

The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico came under the global spotlight on August 2 when the Caribbean island territory of the United States won the...

A Q&A with America’s Sweetheart: Karen Chee

If you don’t know Karen Chee you should.  Chee is a writer and performer on Late Night with Seth Meyers.  You may recognize her from...

How ‘In the Heights’ sharpened my Latinx lens

Heritage is all encompassing. Every breath I take is because of my heritage and because of my ancestors' perseverance. I always hated how I looked....

Twinning Solutions: a space for future BIPOC business owners

Twins Hassana and Nefertiti Schell had an idea to lean into their duality and blend talents. The result was Twinning Solutions, a project that...

An APIDA Watching Guide

May is Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month. To celebrate, Culturas will be spotlighting the community’s culture and stories. To further explore...

World Press Freedom Day: good journalism is still alive in India

India has occupied center stage in global news the last few weeks because of breaking daily average COVID-19 case counts in the history of...

Ficheraz is the online Latinx/Caribbean vintage showgirls gallery you should follow

April 29 is International Dance Day. This year, Culturas is highlighting the event a day in advance to bring two underreported coverages of dancers who...

The Rules of Poetry: Does it Pay to be an Anarchist?

If we were to trace the very first time someone wagged their fingers at poets and asked them to behave, we would land on...
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