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hiroshimalated:

Please keep this circulating. Cops are getting more and more brazen, know your rights!

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Anonymous said: What turns you on?

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salvadoran-bean:

¡son de El Salvador!

What authentic salvadoran food actually looks like.

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salvadoran-bean:

¡son de El Salvador!

What authentic salvadoran food actually looks like.

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lil-reina:

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lil-reina:

my tía just posted this

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Fat ass for lyfe!

Fat ass for lyfe!

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lati-negros:

Join Coco Lopez, El Museo Del Barrio’s artist-in-residence, for a free #arte fun-filled day with the Isla York collective, as they respond to her work and research. Stop by and experience the process with live DJ music, poetry readings, and more. Families are also invited to have their portraits taken and/or record their oral histories at El Museo. It is also the last day to visit the current artist-in-residence before the next studio rotation.Presented as part of “Office Hours” (OH), a project by Nicolás Dumit Estévez in collaboration with El Museo del Barrio’s staff, artists and audiences.
———————————————ABOUT Isla York
Isla York is a culture curating collective with a pan-Caribbean diasporic focus established in 2014. Committed to furthering the integration of music, art and culture in New York City, Isla York invites artists of different backgrounds and talents to exhibit and share their work.
While our focus is on New York City and the Caribbean, Isla York aims to expand and include the varied influences and contributions of African and Indigenous descendant people of the Americas. We recognize the complex histories of our people throughout the diasporas and how it is imperative for all sites that we are from and that we landed on to be included. Isla York provides a platform for truth telling artists that represent the integrity, tenacity, and honesty of these histories, while simultaneously authentically reveal who we are as a people.
For more information, visitwww.isla-york.com.

lati-negros:

Join Coco Lopez, El Museo Del Barrio’s artist-in-residence, for a free #arte fun-filled day with the Isla York collective, as they respond to her work and research. Stop by and experience the process with live DJ music, poetry readings, and more. Families are also invited to have their portraits taken and/or record their oral histories at El Museo. It is also the last day to visit the current artist-in-residence before the next studio rotation.

Presented as part of “Office Hours” (OH), a project by Nicolás Dumit Estévez in collaboration with El Museo del Barrio’s staff, artists and audiences.

———————————————
ABOUT Isla York

Isla York is a culture curating collective with a pan-Caribbean diasporic focus established in 2014. Committed to furthering the integration of music, art and culture in New York City, Isla York invites artists of different backgrounds and talents to exhibit and share their work.

While our focus is on New York City and the Caribbean, Isla York aims to expand and include the varied influences and contributions of African and Indigenous descendant people of the Americas. We recognize the complex histories of our people throughout the diasporas and how it is imperative for all sites that we are from and that we landed on to be included. Isla York provides a platform for truth telling artists that represent the integrity, tenacity, and honesty of these histories, while simultaneously authentically reveal who we are as a people.


For more information, visitwww.isla-york.com
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discoverynews:

Sea Turtles From Shell to Surf

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genericlatino:

Hillary Clinton Defends Obama on Deportations [Wall St. Journal]

Hillary Clinton offered President Barack Obama a measure of cover on his controversial deportation record on Tuesday, saying there’s only so much he can do to protect people in the U.S. illegally from deportation.

“We have to understand the difficulty that President Obama finds himself in, because there are laws that impose certain obligations on him,” she said during a town hall-style meeting broadcast on CNN.

How could you, in good conscience, defend it?

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discoverynews:

Why Do Some Turtles ‘Breathe’ Out of Their Butts?

Certain turtles have the ability to breathe out of their mouths, and also their butts!

discoverynews:

Why Do Some Turtles ‘Breathe’ Out of Their Butts?

Certain turtles have the ability to breathe out of their mouths, and also their butts!

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