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Why Tamale-Making for the Holidays Is Important to Keeping the Latino History Alive

Making tamales is an art form as much as it is a personal holiday tradition for many within the Latino community. 

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Your Guide to Celebrating Day of the Dead In Arizona

Day of the Dead, the annual celebration in which Latinos honor their loved ones, is fast approaching. Last year, Day of the Dead festivities were, for the most part, canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions. However, this year, with the decline in coronavirus cases and the increase in vaccination rates, Day of the Dead celebrations are back on! 

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Our Picks: Here Are the 5 Best Quesadillas in Arizona

The brilliance of crafting a quesadilla is the maker behind it: what the cook puts inside, on the side, or as a topper on a quesadilla, and why. 

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5 Latino Urban Legends That Will Keep You Up At Night

Are you ready for Halloween and Day of the Dead? These supernatural stories will certainly get you ready.

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Latinos Contributed $92 Billion to Arizona’s Economy

Latinos are thriving in Arizona: A new report shows Latinos are contributing billions to the state's economy, especially in Gilbert and Peoria.

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Why This DACA Recipient Was Forced to Choose Harvard Over One of Arizona’s Universities

A 2006 law still on the books denies undocumented students—including DACA recipients—in-state tuition rates in Arizona.

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Lo que debes hacer si te niegan la vacuna por ser indocumentado

“Las personas tienen que alzar su voz y pelear por sus derechos, porque los tenemos. La vacuna está disponible para todos”, dijo Graciela Araujo.