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Celebrating Latin Cinema at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival

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Celebrating Latin Cinema at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival

In an industry where Latinos make up just over five percent of lead actors and two percent of film directors, representation on top stages is a high priority. That rings especially true at Sundance Film Festival, a world-renowned incubator of independent cinema, where small budget indie films are often launched [...]

Si Se Puede: Dolores Huerta On Organizing, Voting, and Being A Gutsy Woman

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Si Se Puede: Dolores Huerta On Organizing, Voting, and Being A Gutsy Woman

To those familiar with the history of labor rights in the United States, Dolores Huerta needs no introduction. The legendary labor leader, famed for founding the United Farm Workers of America alongside Cesar Chavez in 1962 and coming up with the rallying cry “si se puede” (yes we can), had [...]