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18 Latinx Trailblazers Your Kids Should Know

All of these leaders, activists and historical figures contribute to the diverse culture that is the United States of America.

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The Best Kids’ Books Featuring Awesome Latinx Characters

These stories are kid-tested and perfect for getting back into the reading groove.

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Amazing Asian American-Owned Businesses in San Diego

From delicious Thai food and delectable ice cream and donuts to stylish clothing and adorable room decor, here’s where to support Asian American owned businesses in San Diego.

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13 Places to Learn About Black History in LA

From the Watts Towers in South Central to Phillips Chapel CME Church in Santa Monica, these landmarks and cultural centers are a must-visit for Angelenos.

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Hole in One! The Best Donuts in San Diego

Here’s where to sink your teeth into the yummiest comfort food.

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Chicago-Inspired Names for Those Quarantine Babies

We’re all under quarantine, which could mean an uptick of babies right around the corner. Kick your Windy pride up a notch with Chicago-inspired baby names.

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64 BIPOC Heroes Our Kids Should Know By Name

From activists to actresses to incredible feats of heroism and patriotism, here’s a list of more than sixty heroes who have changed the world, forever and for better. 

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All Aboard For History & Art at Union Station

For the coolest collection of trains (not to mention art and history) visit Union Station which also happens to be a great starting place for kids to explore a little LA history.

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Austin’s Best Museums for Kids & Families

Spend your day learning about dinosaurs, science and Texas history at these kid-friendly museums.

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Fun & Inspiring Ways to Celebrate Black History Month in LA

Take kids to the African American Firefighters Museum, check out the Aquarium of the Pacific’s African American Festival and more.

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The Best Kids 100 Books of 2019, According to Us (& Our Kids)

From tough topics to joyful history, this years collection of books have been vetted by our editors, and their kids.

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Latinx Media Milestones to Inspire Kids During Hispanic Heritage Month

Along with our friends at Common Sense Media, we are proud to recognize these important Latinx media milestones and are looking forward to seeing more achievements in the future.

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The Best New Kids Books in April

These are our favorite kids books pubbing in the month of April.

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8 Amazing Day of the Dead Celebrations

If visions of sugar skulls dance in your head, it must be time for Day of the Dead! Here’s where you can find LA’s best celebrations.

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Culture Club: Travel the World at These Local Destinations

Now more than ever, it feels important to teach respect and tolerance. Here’s a handful of destinations around San Diego that offer up a fun and educational experience of other peoples and cultures.

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Raise Your Spatulas: 15 Recipes to Honor Cinco de Mayo

Grab your cilantro and lime, head for the kitchen. We’ve rounded up 15 kid-friendly recipes perfect for celebrating Cinco de Mayo.

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Explore the Best of Battery Park City for Families

Want to explore Battery Park City with your kids? Here are the best spots to eat, play and see the sights.

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A Kid-Friendly Day of the Dead in Pilsen

This month is about skulls, delighted screams and spooky fun — and we’re not just talking about Halloween. Celebrate Day of the Dead throughout October in Pilsen. Discover how spirit-lifting and educational the holiday can be by exploring neighborhood sights and sounds with your kids.

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A Cultural Adventure Under the Coronado Bridge

For those en route to hobnobbing at the Hotel del Coronado, this community under the bridge may seem like a blot on the landscape.  Yet the often overlooked neighborhood of Logan Heights, better known in Spanish as Barrio Logan, offers…

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