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If you’re a white person in activist spaces, you’ve probably come across frustration about white feelings taking up a lot of space. So here’s how can you avoid centering your emotions, but still process them in a healthy way.
If you’ve seen Latinas on TV, you probably know the “spicy Latina” stereotype – unfortunately, it’s often the only portrayal we get of Latinas in the media. These are the myths this stereotype is spreading.