These Latinos Prove That They’re More Than A Filtered Selfie

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We all love a perfectly-lit #selfie on Instagram, but social media has given us a platform not just for posting our most flattering pics, but an opportunity to create social change. Similar to the social movement that Captain Morgan is leading, these young Latinos are using social media to create social change for issues that matter to them!

1.Yarel Ramos

Un fin de semana – de cumple- super especial.. compartiendo con amigas con mucho ?

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The queen bee of NBC Universo, Yarel, lets her followers in on her glam lifestyle full of red carpet-ready gowns, celebrity interviews and worldly travels. But Ramos also uses the #grams she posts as an opportunity to spread awareness about children living in poverty. In between her studio breaks, Ramos can be seen smiling while building homes in Peru or bringing toys to children in need in Baja California.

2. @nopalera_

Autorretrato. ? : @metztlitonatiuh ✨ #salinascalifornia #salinera #xicanapower #xicana #chicana #chicanapower

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3. Andrew Rodriguez


4. Nicole Castillo


CREDIT: Twitter/@niccastillo1017

Nicole Castillo is your modern-day Latinx Renaissance woman. The blogger and avid tweeter founded BeVisible, an online career network for Latinos to be seen, heard, and appreciated in boardrooms across the country. Castillo is also a board member of Exhale Pro-Voice, which gives a safe space for those that are pro-choice. Castillo is a living, breathing example of “Si se puede!”

5. Dulce Candy