Afro-Latina Girl Group Musas Are Doing Things Their Way and Shaking Up the Industry
For sisters Keisha, Fiona, and Fiorella Sanchez, music is something that has always been a part of their lives. "We come from a family of musicians on both sides," Keisha, the oldest of the siblings, says. The sisters happily recall the childhood holiday shows they'd put on for their family members, singing Christmas carols in both English and in Spanish for hours on end.
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How Healing Through Latinx Spiritual Traditions Also Helped Me Lose Weight
This is not a story about how to lose weight. This is my personal story about how I saw a physical transformation take place when I prioritized my spiritual health. After all, they go hand in hand. When we don't heal from intergenerational trauma or the trauma we ourselves have endured in our lives; it remains in our energy field or aura until it eventually shows up as a physical ailment.
Beauty Rituales: How Coffee Inspired Lulu Cordero to Launch Her Bomba Curls Hair-Care Brand
Latinx culture is synonymous with a good cup of cafecito to jumpstart your day. But a boost of energy is not the only thing coffee can provide. According to Lulu Cordero, founder of Bomba Curls, Dominican women have been using café in their hair care for generations.