Author name: Dania Santana

As a multiculturalism, diversity and inclusion expert, who raises cultural awareness to create social change, Dania Santana helps parents and children understand and embrace multiculturalism and diversity as a way of creating a peaceful and harmonious society without having to give up their own cultural values and heritage. Dania is a published author and speaker on the subject of multiculturalism. Also a storyteller and social media influencer, she has made it her mission to educate and empower people all over the US about the importance of a multicultural society, and to show how the contributions of Latinos are crucial to the advancement and success of the United States as a whole.

10 Fun Facts About Dominican Republic

When people think about the Dominican Republic they immediately picture endless white sanded beaches under a perpetual sun, and they are right! There is no doubt the Dominican Republic has many of the most amazing beaches in the world. More than 750 miles of coastline beaches and about five million tourists each year are a […]

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Afro-Latino Arturo Schomburg: The African Diaspora’s History Keeper

When it comes to celebrating Black History Month and talking about the prominent figures that have made their mark on American history, we must talk about Afro-Latino History. To that end, we must highlight the contributions of Arturo Schomburg who, as a young boy in his native island of Puerto Rico, was told that there

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Raising Multicultural Latino Families In America

Multicultural families are on the rise in the United States creating what the Pew Research Center calls the ‘Modern American Family’. However, if you think about multicultural Latino families, our collective experiences as a community and the fact that we are the most diverse and multicultural group in the United States, you will understand that

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