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Explaining #BlackLivesMatter to my Latinx Family

It’s our duty to learn about #BlackLivesMatter, and as a fellow POC I know I need to listen and speak out within my own community

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My abuela, Spanish for grandma, is glued to the TV watching the news all day. From the comfort of her recliner, she calls friends, family, and even distant relatives…




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William Samayoa

William Samayoa

Work in Film & TV doing PR/social media. I’ve called CA, NY, and the UK all home. Welcome to my behind-the-scenes thoughts.

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