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Itzel Alejandra


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Itzel:

This Holiday Season, Donate to Organizations Helping Migrants at the Border

We compiled a list of organizations and community-led groups in the Texas-Mexico border that are helping migrants with shelter and legal representation. → Read More

The Rise of a Trokiando Subculture Fueled by TikTok

Trokiando, much like lowrider culture, comes with a lifestyle and community that extends beyond cars or in this case, trucks. → Read More

In This Video Dallas-Based Artist, Christian Cruz, Shares Her Vision & Story

Christian Cruz is a Dallas-based performance artist who plays with notions of identity to cultivate and imagine new realities. → Read More

14 Latinx Creatives Exhibiting Their Work at NADA’s Digital Art Fair

The non-profit art organization launched FAIR, a digital art fair exhibiting 200 galleries around the world from May 20 to June 21. → Read More

Self-Care: How a BK-Based Photographer is Navigating Freelance Life During the Pandemic

Interview with Brooklyn-based photographer Natalia Mantini about social media breaks, mediation and how to best navigate freelance life during the pandemic. → Read More

An Enchanting Look at Mexico's Bahidora Festival in Photos

The festival celebrated its 8th year. → Read More

5 Juarez Artists on Redefining the City's Narrative of Violence

For more than 30 years, the art scene in Juarez has flown under the radar. It’s a result of many converging factors – including the decades of violence that have taken center stage, which in turn, have overshadowed and hindered multiple generations of artists and creatives. In 2015, the city of Juarez commissioned Arturo Damasco[.....] → Read More

Neon Desert Music Festival Was a Vibrant Reflection of El Paso’s Border Culture

Neon Desert shows the power in staying local and catering to mainstream tastes. → Read More

Bunny Michael's Spiritual Memes Will Help You Find Your Higher Self

Bunny Michael seems to take Chicana cultural theorist Gloria Anzaldúa's "I Change Myself, I Change the World" philosophy when making their art. → Read More

33 Photos That Defined 2017 for Latinos

The photos produced this year will serve as a visual reference of 2017 and live on to remind us of a tumultuous year in history. → Read More

70 Style Looks That Gave Us Something to Live For in 2017

As politics touched every part of our lives, this was the year political tees became a uniform. → Read More

The Year in Pictures: The Best Photography Remezcla Featured in 2016

From the streets of Puerto Rico to the camp at Standing Rock, this year photographers across the Americas picked up their cameras, lens, and comfortable shoes to capture the way they saw the world closest to them. → Read More

The Best Style Photos Remezcla Took in 2016

From guayaberas to Thrasher sweatshirts to indigenous textiles and 90s chokers, these were the looks that inspired us the most in 2016. → Read More

Multimedia Artist Gabriella Sanchez's Colorful GIFs Pack a Progressive Punch

Sanchez's illustrated GIFs are not only eye candy, they also send substantive messages about reproductive and queer rights, rape culture, and self confidence. → Read More

Every Latino Reaction GIF You Need to Say Goodbye to 2016

These were some of our favorite reaction GIFs floating around the Latinternet this year. → Read More

We Talked to 5 Young People About What Their Indigenous Identity Means to Them

On Indigenous People's Day, we talked to young people fighting to show that native cultures are still alive. → Read More

We Talked to 5 Young People About What Their Indigenous Identity Means to Them

On Indigenous People's Day, we talked to young people fighting to show that native cultures are still alive. → Read More

PHOTOS: 14 Latinx Artists Tell Us the Stories Behind Their Tattoos

We tapped some of our favorite DJs, producers, and singers to tell us what their tattoos mean to them. → Read More

5 Virtual Día de Muertos Altars to Women Who Defined Latin Music History

An homage to some of the most iconic women of Latin American music. → Read More