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Oregonian. Latina. Feminista

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Brown woman

23. 

Just in August I have been 23 years around the sun! So here is a list of 23 things I have learned by 23:  -These are things I am still learning to work on. Nevertheless, I am happy to be... Continue Reading →

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Baby M: An Open Letter

Everyday I will look up at the sky and think of you. I think I'll miss you forever. Like the stars miss the sun in the morning sky Baby M: Some days I just break. My mind wonders off into... Continue Reading →

Black and Brown

Last night I finally cried. I cried because of everything I've been seeing and reading lately. My fiancee  and I tried our best to stay positive. But the weight is unbearable 💔 After waking up to horrible news about two... Continue Reading →

Latinx Privilege 

  I am Brought up by Mexican immigrant parents and was born and raised in the US. Growing up, I knew I was a little different than my Latinx familia. I remember my dad explaining to my 10 year old... Continue Reading →

Latinx Graduate 

Brown girl, Dream all those dreams. Live for your own approval. Create your own spaces Keep your palabra. Be proud Be resilient Crave adventure Adorn yourself with love Be you unapologetically Because you will make it. Raza Grad and proud.... Continue Reading →

A taste of Lemonade 🍋

Where are the Beyoncé fans who were there for "Crazy in love" or "Single ladies"? Now that she's spitting truth and a reality that Black women face, it's all of a sudden a "she's just rich and famous crying about... Continue Reading →

To The Brown Women:

I've been driving back and forth from you. My mind a beehive swarming with thoughts. And I don't think to come back. I don't stay to bare the silence anymore. I don't stay to wait to wait... and wait. And... Continue Reading →

Interracial couple: My life

A little bit of history I learned in my Chicano class: Segregation in many schools began in the early 1900's in the United States to help maintain a segregated society. Not only was there segregation with Mexican students, but also... Continue Reading →

Running 

"But I run. I run for my own good. I run, and carry the women in my line in my heart, even as they stand in shock at my behavior. I run for me, and for them, and for all... Continue Reading →

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