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👨🏻🙋🏽👱🏾👩🏾👧🏻The Latinx Collective - Issue #27 - Sangiving Recovery

Hey you, Espero que te ha ido bien over Thanksgiving/Sanksgiving/Sangiving break? (that's my spanglis
The Latinx Collective
👨🏻🙋🏽👱🏾👩🏾👧🏻The Latinx Collective - Issue #27 - Sangiving Recovery
By Elisabeth Rosario • Issue #27 • View online
Hey you,
Espero que te ha ido bien over Thanksgiving/Sanksgiving/Sangiving break? (that’s my spanglish) Welcome to this week’s issue of The Latinx Collective, where we bring you every day contributions and positive perspectives from the incredibly diverse Latinx community. If you’re new to the community: visit the archive here.
P.S. I was thrilled to be invited by Jack Rico (the talented Latino film critic, entertainment expert, and host of new NBC show Consumer 101!) on his podcast #HighlyRelevant to talk about why I was inspired to start this newsletter over 9 months ago. If you love movies/TV and all things entertainment, I recommend you subscribe to Jack’s podcast because he highlights the most relevant stories in the Latino and mainstream entertainment scene, every single week. Read more about it in issue #4 here too. If you’d like, listen to the episode I was a guest on here and share/retweet here. Thanks again Jack! 🎧🎬🎤
Con cariño,
Elisabeth Rosario

(1.) NY Times: In Brazil, these all-female samba groups are a form of resistance
(2.) NALIP: Spider-Man film featuring first Black & Latino Spiderman is tracking for $30M debut
(3.) OUT Magazine: Emma González, newsmaker of the year
(4.) ELLE: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez uses social media to lift the veil on Congress and it's genius
(5.) YouTube presents a 16 min film on José Álvaro Osorio Balvin (artist J Balvin)
(6.)Quartz: A Q&A with Walter Thompson-Hernandez about men who want to escape gender stereotypes
I tried something a little different with the format this week, so as always please reply with your thoughts or suggestions.
Thank you for reading this week’s issue of The Latinx Collective. If you find this work valuable, please feel free to share it with friends, family or allies. They can sign up on the website to join you in celebrating the every day contributions the Latinx community is making. If you want to share this issue (or any past issue), you can find all the links in the archive or retweet us here @emrosario or @latinxcollectiv. Gracias! 💖
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