Latinx: Dj Dame Luz Strives for Inclusion in LGBTQ+ Community

Latinx: Dj Dame Luz Strives for Inclusion in LGBTQ+ Community

Wearing a pink graphic tee, plaid-printed grey cap, and camo pants, Noelia “Nolita” Tejada is undeniably the cool 90s kid next door. Nolita goes by the artistic name Dj “Dame Luz” – which translates to “give me light” a phrase in Dominican slang that can mean anything from “what’s up” to a sense of encouragement […]

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Mayfair: Young Entrepreneur Aims for Representation Through Clothing Business

Mayfair: Young Entrepreneur Aims for Representation Through Clothing Business

Wearing gold frilly earrings, a long, over-sized blue sweatshirt and high-waisted mom jeans, Jennifer Mota loves to experiment with bold fashion statements. At 26-years old, she is the owner and fashion designer of Hu-Huako Custom Apparel. Mota takes her business very serious; especially when it comes to making other women feel beautiful in their own […]

 By Stephanie Klock

Al Dia: Fire Department Battalion Chief Motivates Latinos

Al Dia: Fire Department Battalion Chief Motivates Latinos

Battalion Chief Joaquin Colon is not the average employee at the Philadelphia Fire Department. But it’s not just because of his high rank. Colon is the only Latino in the city to ever receive the ranking of battalion chief. The 55-year-old Colon was promoted to the position on Dec. 16 after serving for 29 years […]