These 3 Latinx Artists Are Challenging, Changing And Reclaiming Culture : Alt.Latino Alt.Latino's summer music magazine features three artists — the band Making Movies, the writer Gabby Rivera and the singer Natalia Lafourcade — whose work reflects the reality and joy of life.
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These 3 Latinx Artists Are Challenging, Changing And Reclaiming Culture

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America Chavez is Marvel Comics' latest super-chingona, brought to life by writer Gabby Rivera. Courtesy of Marvel Comics hide caption

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America Chavez is Marvel Comics' latest super-chingona, brought to life by writer Gabby Rivera.

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This week, Alt.Latino brings you a summer music magazine featuring three young Latinx artists whose work reflects the reality and joy of life through music and the visual arts.

We also want to shine a light on the folks who bring you the stories: three journalists whose storytelling skills we are proud to present here on Alt.Latino. Vicky Diaz-Camacho, Camilo Garzón and Marisa Arbona-Ruiz are names you should keep an eye out for as they continue to tell the stories that are often left out of the cultural-reporting landscape.