Being Latinx, we all know that representation is everything, and with election season kicking into high gear, it’s essential to get to know who is running for office. It’s important to support candidates who share the same ethics and values as you do.
YouTube has been rampant with drama lately, but the rise of micro-influencers means new faces, more representation, and more quality content. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month we wanted to share our favorite Latinx Youtubers.
The resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement has prompted conversations around acknowledging and being more inclusive of different identities. Afro-descendants of the Latinx community have historically felt marginalized by both their Black and Latinx communities.
As parents and children geared up to go back to school for the 2020 school year, many parents find themselves confronting a new challenge – not having reliable access to technology in the home. As many schools shift to virtual learning platforms, research shows that there are several constraints that low socioeconomic families may face – many of which are now being furthered due to the digital divide.
In March 2020, as the world adjusted to lockdowns, curfews, quarantines, and social distancing, Swizz Beatz and Timbaland found a way to bring people together for music, competition, and laughter.
This is an ode to the places that continue to be there for us when we don’t know if we can keep showing up for ourselves. The ones that keep their doors open, adjust to change and troubleshoot solutions with their neighbors in mind.
COVID-19 has changed how we connect with our communities. We’ve gone from local bars and restaurants to video conferences as spaces of connectivity. Bold Culture has compiled a list of innovative ways people have stayed connected during the pandemic.
Misinformation in today’s world is rampant, causing people from all walks of life to draw conclusions about public health, elected officials, and social movements from fabricated sources. Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter are perfect storms for clickbait, allowing inaccurate articles with exaggerated headlines to spread like wildfire.
You have just enough time to watch one show before you need to move on and do something productive around the house. Instead of spending 30 minutes deciding what you will watch and then binge-watching a series that takes much more time than you allocated – there’s another option, Quibi.
The conversation about D&I in recent years has been pushing harder on organizations and people in power. While many companies could slide by with filling perceived quotas or having one woman or person of color on their leadership team, many are understandably discontent with “diversity” and “inclusion” being used as nothing more than buzzwords, rather than providing access and equity.