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UCLA’s Latinx Film & Theatre Association: Redressing Latinx Representation on and behind the Screen
Natalia Delgado and her grandfather were never the type of people…
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Navigating Year One: Relearning and Resilience
I always knew attending college came with a new lifestyle to…
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The Curriculum That Distances Us
Learning about our history is a choice many minority students make in our college careers. We take ethnic studies courses in hopes of gaining a better understanding of our identities. However, in a diverse country like the United States, why isn’t this mandated in the K-12 curriculum? Why must we have to seek it on our own?
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The Evolution of Memes
As Latinxs, there are many stereotypes and generalizations…
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Latinx Representation in Literature and Cinema
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.