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i am not the drowning voices...
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UCLA offers a handful of classes that center on Latinx authors and their experience. In a Chicanx literature class, students read about five different novels.
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I am not...
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Two years ago, I visited the newly opened, hip and fresh vegan burger joint, located just a few streets from my childhood apartment. As I entered, the environment was lively and welcoming.
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On January 15, 2020, Delta Air Lines pilots dumped airplane fuel over Cudahy, an area of Southeast Los Angeles that is home to the sixth largest Latinx population in LA County, and landed across six schools.