Elizabeth Acevedo’s Poem “Hair” Takes On Beauty Standards | POPSUGAR Latina

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Dominican-American poet Elizabeth Acevedo eloquently said everything you’ve always wanted to say about your hair in a powerful piece. Through spoken word, she Source: Elizabeth Acevedo’s Poem “Hair” Takes On Beauty Standards | POPSUGAR Latina

The Sunday Poem: Mercedez Holtry…Latino Roots – Duke City Fix

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Good morning, early risers! Rich Boucher here. Are we ready to do this? Is anyone ever really ready for poetry? What is the best hour for poetry? Is there suc… Source: The Sunday Poem: Mercedez Holtry…Latino Roots – Duke City Fix

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In-betweenness: Young Latinas and Identity       The Huffington Post – LATINO VOICES 07/28/2016 12:05 pm ET This Poem Is A Powerful Reminder Of What It Means To Be Latino American video with audio Edna A. Viruell-Fuentes’ qualitative research suggest that for Latino women the stress involved in negotiating ethnic identity under a stigmatizing environments […]