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REAL TALK: My Family’s History, Speaking Spanish and Connecting to My Heritage

REAL TALK: My Family’s History, Speaking Spanish and Connecting to My Heritage



Hello beautiful people!

I wanted to have a kind of real talk chat. I am really interested in hearing if any of you feel the same way I do, when it comes to your culture and the desperate need to connect with your heritage. Here’s a little of my story as well as my family’s.

Thank you for watching and enjoy!

THE BRACERO PROGRAM:
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MY TRY ON HAUL:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FI4JIDeJlFk

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Loreal Paris Voluminous Extra-Volume Collagen Mascara
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SOCIAL MEDIA:
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EQUIPTMENT:
Camera: Canon G7X Mark II
Editing: Final Cut Pro

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1 thought on “REAL TALK: My Family’s History, Speaking Spanish and Connecting to My Heritage

  1. Suyyxi says:

    I love this video! I am quadrilingual and I think that learning the language is the key to any culture, that is how we discover and learn new things. When I was little I hated speaking Spanish (I'm first generation Swedish, but don't consider myself as a swede) and when I moved to Nicaragua my whole world changed. I would suggest to first learn the language because that is how you really connect with your heritage. Latin America has such interesting background and it's really good to at least know a little about our countries, especially Mexico, it has so much history. I really loved how you pointed out the fact that the new generations don't speak Spanish because it is very sad that so many Latinos end up not speaking their language. Anyways super nice video !!

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