|Without Walls: Inspirational Film Shows Power of Art and Community on the US-Mexico Border|
Physical borders divide people. Here’s an inspiring story of how a group of friends are dissolving these borders and helping others re-unite with their loved ones.
|Meet Julia, Sesame Street's First Autistic Puppet|
A Muppet with autism makes her "Sesame Street" debut on April 10, a first for the show. The introduction is intended to help destigmatize autism and reduce isolation among diagnosed children.
|Volunteers Are Building Homes, Inspiring Hope for Mexico's Working Poor|
Homes of Hope International is a nonprofit organization that builds homes for families in need in the Baja region of Mexico as well as other countries.
|A Colorful Spectacle at Electric Daisy Carnival Mexico|
The 4th annual Electric Daisy Carnival Mexico recently kicked off in Mexico City for a beloved two-day celebration of neon art installations, eight thrilling carnival rides and six newly designed stage productions hosting performances from over 90 globally acclaimed artists.
|Digital Wall Aims to Protest Trump with 1,926 Miles of Immigrant Art|
A border wall separating the U.S. and Mexico may be hostile and uninviting, but artist Maddy Kramer is turning that idea on its head, reclaiming it to celebrate immigrants and their creative contributions.
|Saint Condemned by Vatican Draws Mexican Devotees|
The Christian Post
In Mexico, a bizarre religious icon is venerated despite having been reproved by the Vatican. The image is that of Nuestra Senora de la Santa Muerte, colloquially known as Santa Muerte or Holy Death.
|You'll Fall in Love with This Latino Mariachi Version of 'A Tale as Old as Time'|
The Los Angeles ensemble performed a timely Mariachi-style rendition of “A Tale As Old As Time” from “Beauty and the Beast.” The remake replaces the film’s iconic dance scene with a version choreographed by Los Angeles’ Ballet Folklorico Company.
|Hanging with Spider-Man of the Science Department|
Great Big Story
Like most superheroes, Moises Vazquez prefers to keep his identity hidden - however, unlike most other costumed crusaders, you can find Vazquez in the front of a classroom.
|Creator of Popular Mexican YouTube News Parody Show Says He's Not Beholden to Elites|
The creator of a satirical YouTube Mexican news program that has gained thousands of followers attributes his success to his not being beholden to his country’s elites and to viewers’ frustration with traditional media.
|32nd Guadalajara Film Festival Stands Up to Trump|
Given the political climate in 2017, the festival has taken on a different social direction as influencers in entertainment. It’s a new generation in cinema, in which no subject is off limits.
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