Ride Like a Girl

Ride Like a Girl

Victor Landa July 11, 2017

*Do yourself a favor. Give this a read. It’s one of the toughest and mot beautiful of the Mexican traditions. VL Women riders take the reins in the macho world […]

A world divided by walls

Mary Mata July 19, 2013

(This article was suggested by Taquista Ito Romo) By Brett Roegiers, CNN Kai Wiedenhöfer photographed the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. He says he was deeply moved by the historic […]

Latinas Build Confidence Through Photography in LA

Mary Mata March 8, 2013

By Nadine Natour, NBCLatino This is the second installment of Latinas empowering other Latinas to succeed in honor of Women’s History Month.  For ten high school girls enrolled in the photography […]

Photo Collection: Immigrants as Superheros

Mary Mata November 13, 2012

By Angelina, Our Tiempo “Superheroes: Latino Immigrants Who Make New York,” is now on display at Columbia University. Photographer Dulce Pinzón has captured images of New York immigrants who daily […]

Jotería Art Project Examines Latino Sexuality With Humor

Mary Mata May 4, 2011

Imagine La Malinche as a feminist — or El Valiente as a woman who’s coming out — or better yet, imagine La Rosa as a girl with pink hair. These […]

Exhibit: Mexican-American Identity In Los Angeles

Mary Mata April 4, 2011

What looks to be an amazing interactive exhibit will begin on April 16 at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes in Los Angeles, California. The exhibit is called “LA Starts […]