Celebrate These Latina-Owned Businesses In the Beauty, Skin and Haircare World
Colorism and racist beauty standards are unsurprisingly a common conversation these days, as there is…
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Melissa Adeyemo: Nollywood and Black Hollywood share a go-getter spirit

NJ-born filmmaker Melissa Adeyemo is part of a growing cadre of Black female film and television producers that are telling nuanced stories about Black life around the world. Both Nigeria and the U.S. have created their own Black-led film industries that cater to Black audiences in a way that is not seen elsewhere in the world.

8 Indigenous and Native American Influencers You Should Know

Indigenous people have historically been erased in several spaces. But in this digital era, that…

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Netflix, Dave Chappelle’s The Closer, and Trans Workers: an Intersectional Perspective

Since Dave Chappelle’s The Closer was added to Netflix’s content library early October 2021, there’s…

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Latinx Heritage Month 2021 – Letter from the Editor

When you’re young, your family and immediate surroundings shape the entire context for your identity.…

Personal Insights: Who is M. Tony Peralta? And the Demand for Afro-Latinx Representation in the Visual Arts

M. Tony Peralta has created a lifestyle brand around Latinx pop art and quotidian urban culture. His visibility has grown with greater acceptance of Afro-Latinx representation in mainstream imagery. Born in Washington Heights/Inwood, Peralta launched the Peralta Project, a mixed-media series of art and design works that includes apparel, posters, and homeware.

How Social Media Is Being Used to Create Accessibility for Deaf People

By Nazlee Arbee   Advancements in technology and social media are contributing towards increased accessibility…

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Latinx, Hispanic Or Latine: It’s not the label that matters

  By Yesica Balderrama Hispanic Heritage Month began in 1968 under President Lyndon B. Johnson’s…

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On the Continued Importance of National Coming Out Day

By Lindsey Danis For National Coming Out Day, Bold Culture interviewed several people about the…

How Latina Women in Horror Movies are Reclaiming Their Power

By Andrea Gomez  In mainstream media, Latinx women are seen as disposable, passive, and two-dimensional.…