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Here’s Everything Queen Selena Quintanilla Conquered in 2015

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Twenty years after her death, Selena is still making history.

The queen will reign forever ???.

A new Selena track was released.

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Finally! We memorized her entire catalog of music and 20 years later, we received this blessing from heaven… and from her family’s production company, Q. Productions.

And another one was remixed.

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Selena classics + new hits… Music to my ears. ❤️?

READ: Selena Quintanilla’s Father Just Dropped an Unreleased Selena Song

She went from Queen of Tex-Mex music, to Disney princess.

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Isaiah K. Stephens turned Selena into a variation of Disney princesses and she looks stunn-ing.

READ: Disney Princesses Getting the Selena Makeover Prove La Reina is Still the Best

Corpus Christi dedicated an entire weekend to Fiesta de la Flor.

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Her biggest fans flew from all over the country to pay tribute to their favorite star by dancing to her music, dressing up as her and watching her movie… in the rain.

READ: Here’s What Went Down at Fiesta de la Flor – Days 1 & 2

Her family announced she’s going on tour.

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Well, kind of. Selena’s family confirmed her hologram is being developed with Acrovirt LLC and she release new music and will go on tour in 2018.

She finally got the green light for her own MAC makeup line.

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The moment die-hard Selena fans have been waiting for. I mean, FINALLY!

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Things That Make No Sense: Why Was Marihuana Legalized Before Immigrants

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Things That Make No Sense: Why Was Marihuana Legalized Before Immigrants

The Long Struggle for Citizenship

Fernando Duran, 26, was born in Mexico City and it took him 16 years to become a US citizen. What’s the hold up? There are hundreds of thousands of young Latinos like Fernando who are waiting for become citizens to be able to contribute their vote to this country and who are eager to access college more easily. However, states are legalizing marihuana before legalizing ambitious immigrants like Fernando. What’s up with that?! Marihuana isn’t helping American immigrants follow their dreams.

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