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Frida Kahlo, Whose Self Portraits Spoke to the Soul - NY Times

“If her clothing was an embrace of cultural identity, her signature unibrow and her wispy mustache were in some ways a rebuke to conventional standards of beauty.” 12 more words


From Coyoacán to the world: Finding success and adventure through water polo

By Carina Carballo

Carina Carballo is a 1st year MA student in Latin American Studies. She received her B.A. in International Security and Conflict Resolution… 708 more words

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"The contributions and achievements of disabled people are largely left out of the history books" - Disability History Month

We continue to mark Disability Month with a blog about artist Frida Kahlo, an early 20th century artist whose work explored her feelings towards being disabled and how it affected her body as well as celebrating the life and culture of her native Mexico. 581 more words


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Frida Kahlo at Home - A Book Review

Frida Kahlo is one of the most iconic figures from Mexico, her face covering everything from bags, to t-shirts. She led a fascinating life and has seemed to become more and more famous after death, her lifestyle and rebellion still hugely relevant to women today. 360 more words

Mexican Life

5 badass Frida Kahlo quotes

Frida Kahlo was so cool. She’s always featured in my “Who Would You Invite To Dinner” lists, because I have a fascination with melancholic people (which is also why Sylvia Plath and Virginia Woolfe are invited to these imaginary dinners.) 173 more words