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Woman Crush(ing the Patriarchy) Wednesday: Joanna Cifredo
Woman Crush(ing the Patriarchy) Wednesday: Joanna Cifredo

This week’s #WCW is a badass puertorriqueña shaking up the health care system so that it’s inclusive of all mujeres, not just those who are cisgender.

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Program Boosts Latina Black Female Entrepreneurs
Program Seeks To Boost The Number Of Latina Investors

Ever wondered about the lack of Latinas on Shark Tank? You're not alone. In January 2015, an Amsterdam-based designer meticulously combed through six seasons of the ABC reality show. He discovered that (although the investors seemed fairly equal opportunity in their decisions about who to fund) few minorities and few women even made it to the show. And, of course, the investors are overwhelmingly white and male.


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Don't Break Up in Public! It May Just Be Live Tweeted
Don't Break Up In Public — Unless You Want Your Private Business On The Internet

Whether you’re mad at your boyfriend for checking out a chica in front of you, or you’re fed up with your hubby because he just doesn’t listen, couples argue all the time. Sometimes we even choose to fight in public. You can’t contain your anger, so you rip your hombre a new one no matter who is watching. In today's society, everyone has a smartphone — and the spectators may just share your fight on social media.  


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Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto Played Dominoes After News of El Chapo's Escape
Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto Played Dominoes After News of El Chapo's Escape

When Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto got the news that notorious drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman had escaped from a supermax prison –  again –  he wasn’t prepared to let the international news story interrupt his game of dominoes.

MORE: 5 Things to Know About El Chapo


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Surprise: Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Says Great Things About Donald Trump
Surprise: Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Says Great Things About Donald Trump

The CEO of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Javier Palomarez sat down to speak with Republican frontrunner Donald Trump on Tuesday, and he actually had some pleasant things to say about the divisive presidential candidate.


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The Genius App Ever Donald Trump Hater Needs On Their Phone
Frustrated With Donald Trump? You Need To Download This New App

Do you dream of hurling soccer balls at bombastic, controversial Mexican hater Donald Trump? Your dream has just become reality. 


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Ask Sujeiry: Our Love & Sex Expert Answers How to Have Sex When the Kids Are Home
Ask Sujeiry: Our Love & Sex Expert Answers How to Have Sex When the Kids Are Home

How do I have sex with my husband when the kids are home? Today's Ask Sujeiry segment is giving you the answer to this and more.


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Inspiring Latina: Meet She's The First Scholar Ana Teresa!
Inspiring Latina: Meet She's The First Scholar Ana Teresa!

For girls living in poverty in low-income countries, getting an education is an unimaginable luxury. However, we know that getting an education is vital for personal, economic and societal growth, and more young women — no matter their background — need to be given the opportunity to pursue their dreams. 

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MTV’s New Satirical Ad Reveals Some Truths About White Privilege
MTV’s New Satirical Ad Reveals Some Truths About White Privilege

During Sunday night’s Video Minstrel – oops, Music – Awards, MTV aired a satirical ad that aims to reveal the "hidden" biases people of color experience in everyday situations and the ever-present white privilege that keeps these prejudices alive and well.


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Study Shows That Blind People Can Be Racist, Too
Blind People Can Be Racist, Too

New research suggests that you don't need to be able to see skin color to be racist, CNN reports

In fact, some blind people, just like sighted people, make judgments about others based on their race. 

PLUS: 21 Racist Things Latinos Hear Every Day


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