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'Se Que Soy': Amara La Negra Embraces Her Afro-Latinidad

As the breakout star of Love & Hip Hop: Miami, Amara isn't afraid of tackling colorism in the Latin community. "Somebody needs to say something," she says.

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'Se Que Soy': Amara La Negra Embraces Her Afro-Latinidad

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Stephen Hawking smiles during a symposium in honor of his birthday at the University of Cambridge Jan. 11, 2002 in Cambridge, England. Hawking turned 60-years-old on Jan. 8, 2002 and is the Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, a post once held by Sir Isaac Newton. Sion Touhig/Getty Images hide caption

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Stephen Hawking, Who Awed Both Scientists And The Public, Dies

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