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The Social Media Influence of Martin Luther King Jr.

by Efrain Nieves This weekend we decided to post on Facebook a blog written a year ago by Christina Saenz titled “What Martin Luther King Jr. Did for the Latino Civil Rights Movements.” Our close friends and acquaintances loved the blog and shared it. We never imagined it would reach The American Latino Museum,  Eva Longoria, Rosario Dawson, Kelly […]

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Dear Katt Williams: Your Mexican Rant Was an Abuse of Comedy and Insulted Latinos, We Demand an Apology

Originally posted on Latinorebels.com Dear Katt Williams: Really? We understand that the heckler you so unabashedly talked down to and insulted might have been in your face, but did you have to break the cardinal rule of abusing the power of the stage and the microphone to make your point? As performers, bloggers, activists, and people who believe in INCLUSION, RESPECT, […]

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Pa’lante Latino: Moving Forward A Year Later

As we celebrate Pa’lante’s one year anniversary, we reflect on all the positive and, yes, negative feedback that have influenced our decisions as well as defined our page content. Although at times, we have been dismissed and mocked by folks once regarded as respectful peers, we did not let negativity distract us from our main goal of writing, informing, educating and spreading the word about […]

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