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Between Two Cultures: The Highs & Lows of Growing Up Latino & Asian in the US
The Highs & Lows of Growing Up Latino & Asian in the US
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OPINION: Asian, black and Latino solidarity should come first
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Belonging to an immigrant community in the United States is hard enough as it is. Between not seeing accurate or positive portrayals of yourself in the media and not necessarily fitting in with your peers, you become filled with questions about identity. Now, imagine being a part of two separate immigrant communities — that is, two places with different customs, languages, and beliefs — while growing up in the US. For Marina Tijerino, Chris Lee-Rodriguez, and Mekita Rivas — who have Asian family members on one side and Latin Americans on the other — defining themselves as a part of two marginalized groups has been a process.