My Mother's Hands

“Tan bonitas eran mis manos,” my Mom says when she looks at her hands. Once slender fingers ending in long hard nails with the power to instill the fear of God into me...

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Yeiry GuevaraPoetry
Shared Power

I've only recently begun to conceptualize and execute legitimate shoots and with each shoot, I've learned a little bit more about how to interact with the people I'm shooting/working with (because "my models" sounds soooo weird to me). For this shoot, it was of the utmost importance that the folks I was shooting were comfortable. 

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Jenoris Caba
Identity could be a blessing: an Interview with María Magdalena Campos-Pons

María Magdalena Campos-Pons is a Cuban born interdisciplinary artist sprinkling her culture, spirituality and sexuality through mediums of installation photography performance art and so much more. In this interview we discussed social justice, taking risks in performance art and what drives Magdalena to do what she does.

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Afro-Latino Fest: Trap Phones and Nuyorican Identity with Princess Nokia

As Nuyoricans, we’re real rough around the edges. We’re not traditional. You know, our parents are not traditional. So I think we’ve got that real rugged, New York dirtiness to us. We’re real punk rock. We’re real poor. We’re real fucked up. We been victims of AIDS and crack and heroin. You know, we’re all rock n roll. We’re pain— we hold it.

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