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Cuéntame / Tell Me

Latinos in America are often viewed only through the lens of immigration and other hot-button “issues.” But here at AL DÍA, we know that there’s so much more to our stories than just what is shown in the mainstream media. With this new campaign, we’re taking your untold narratives from the shadows and showcasing your wisdom and observations in a space that aligns with the core of our publication’s mission: To empower Latinos to write their own story and define the Latino experience proactively.
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La Voz Latina

The story of how the revival of  “La Voz Latina” gave students a voice again at Chestnut Hill College.

Noel Claudio for Cuéntame

The story of a young consultant and his dream to be an inspiration to other Latinos. 

Dream Art Studio

The story of a visionary who has transformed his dreams into art.

Sofia Figueroa, project HOME

The story of a girl from Venezuela with nomadic roots that found a HOME in the arts. 

Camilla-Isabella Cantu, playing Viihuela

This is a story of how a Southwest Detroit girl formed an all-female mariachi group in a genre dominated by mostly men.

Photo: Getty Images

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