Exploring Latinx identities
Here we explore the identifications that determine our governmental, economic and social outcomes.
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New Series on Latinx Racial Identity Asks 'Who Do We Think We Are?'
Discover how a range of Latinx-identified movement leaders, artists, and cultural innovators define themselves racially.
New Series on Latinx Racial Identity Asks: Who Do We Think We Are?
Ahead of Census 2020, Cuban-American writer and activist Rosana Cruz talks to a range of Latinx-identified movement leaders, artists and cultural innovators about how they define themselves racially. Their answers might surprise you.
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