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The Los Angeles native and owner of el Creativo studio carries his Mexican roots through his personal journey with creativity. Words by Liz Benitez. Photo illustration by Sam Liacos. Photos courtesy of Juan Renteria. In Latine culture, young generations may find themselves at a crossroads of honoring tradition or paving a new road. Juan Renteria…
Zenat Begum on loving out loud, her immigrant, Bangladeshi parents, and what “home” means to her.
Explore ways we love best, where we fall short, and how we can learn to love better.
The holidays aren’t joyful for everyone, and when they trigger feelings of grief and loss, it’s important to know how to cope.
Writer Vivian Nunez explores how the ways she relates with her late mother has evolved rather than stopped.
There are still ways to send love from afar this holiday season, and support small businesses along the way.
The fifth episode of Love In Translation features Chinese American creative director Kaity Wong and her mother Mrs. Fanny Wong.
Ahead of the holidays, we explore the way food creates moments for us to bond with who we love.
The fourth episode of Love In Translation features Doris Muñoz, founder of Mija Management and non-profit organization Solidarity for Sanctuary, and her mother Mrs. Ruth Muñoz.
The third episode of Love In Translation features producer and writer Dan Buyanovksy and his father Leo Buyanovksy. Mr. Buyanovsky was born and raised in Moscow, Russia.
On the second episode of Love In Translation, ILY founder Erika Ramirez talks with Korean American entrepreneur and founder of By Way of Us Sarah Kim James and her mother Mrs. Grace Kim.
The debut episode of Love In Translation features BuzzFeed’s ‘Hella Opinions’ host Sylvia Obell and her mother Elizabeth Okwirry (“Mama Liz”)
“I want to look back at old photos of myself and be like, ‘oh, I was a bad mothafucka.'”