Cada historia tiene dos lados. HD
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Next weekend!!! Come thru to Galeria de la Raza to check out some of the prints from the #CarvingThroughBorders event! We’ll also be unveiling a new billboard that was designed in collaboration with youth fromPODER,CultureStrike and Galeria de la Raza! RSVP here! HD
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libertymartinez:

Oh man. The 90s. Such a happy time to be a young undocumented queer girl. Not really. But I tried to make the best of it. Growing up with my older cousins, with smaller bodies than me, hand-me downs were never an option. My mother and I would spend hours at the local Out Of The Closet, before all the hipsters took over it. At the time I really wanted to have the Gwen Stefani look. Little did I know, Gwen Stefani actually wanted to have the Anaheim chola-look. Somehow, my cousins’ amazing red lips and baggy jeans didn’t seem cool to me until a white girl did the same and sang about being just a girl. But that way I learn. #TBT 

Go check out Liberty’s #TBT’s!!! HD
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When we try to force shit down our communities’ throat. How do you confront that? How do we share our concerns without sounding like arrogant assholes. Click here to see part 2 of last week’s ‪#‎LibertyForAll‬. HD
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foreverthesoniag:

Y’all not ready for August #art #writers #undocuwriting
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From the U.S. border to Palestine, our humanity is being tested.  HD
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libertymartinez:

So I started working at this carniceria by my mom’s house…and everything was cool until these two white ladies walked in. 

You know that feeling you get when you have to hold back because you gotta pay rent? Liberty knows. Enjoy this week’s episode! HD
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libertymartinez:

Pink shirt for pride. The place was hella white. But I looked all kinds of cute! 

Are you following Liberty’s Tumblr?! I am! HD
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