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L.A. Taco Podcast: The Feminist Impact of Yalitza Aparicio ~ Inside the L.A. Taco Yearbook

7:48 AM PST on February 28, 2019

[dropcap size=big]T[/dropcap]his week on the podcast, we talk to women about Yalitza Aparicio's groundbreaking performance in the Oscar-winning film Roma, while waiting in line to get a free signed poster of Aparicio by artist Ernesto Yerena in Boyle Heights. Women give us their thoughts on Yalitza, on Alfonso Cuaron, and the issues of racism and classism that the film has shed light on.

We also dive deep into the making of the 2018 L.A. Taco Yearbook with the designer, Wilmington photographer Valerie J. Bower. We got a booth at the Long Beach Café in Long Beach, and did a little inside gossiping about how mysterious and elusive our publisher is. Listen, subscribe, rate ...

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