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May Roundup

May Roundup

STORY  |  The Rise of Mezcal & The Quest for a Sustainable Solution - Make Change
STORY  | In California, Mexican Fine Dining Is Finally Getting The Respect It Deserves - Robb Report
STORY  | College Senior Goes Viral For Graduation Tribute To Immigrant Farm Worker Parents - The Hill
STORY  | Bipartisan Lawmakers Reintroduce Bill To Establish A National Latino Museum - NBC News
WATCH  | Cinco de Mayo Explained - MITS
FOLLOW  | Diego Huerta is a Mexico-born and raised photograper whose beautiful portraits of Mexico's indigenous communities provoke authentic curiosity. - @diegohuertaphoto
SUPPORT  | SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective was formed in 1997 by 16 organizations of women of color from four mini-communities (Native American, African American, Latina, and Asian American) who recognized that they have the right and responsibility to represent themselves and their communities, and the equally compelling need to advance the perspectives and needs of women of color. - SisterSong
TUNES  |  Couldn't make it to the 1 Year Celebration of the Vía Raíz shop? I'm sharing the classic cumbia playlist I put together for the party. Enjoy! - Year 1 Fiesta Playlist
SUPPORT  | As an immigration activist, Sara Mora has stood up for the rights of others. As an undocumented immigrant and a DACA recipient, Sara needs us to stand up for her. Here are two ways to support her work - NY Pop-Up / Donate