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11-Year-Old MC Soffia will be Your New Favorite Rapper

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“I Say MC Soffia”

Have you ever met an 11-year-old with the combined confidence and wisdom of ten 30-year-olds? Pretty sure you haven’t, so meet Brazilian rapper, MC Soffia.

This young girl from Sao Paulo — who started rapping at six — is empowering girls, especially young Afro-Latinas in Brazil. Her message: be proud of who you are in spite of the rampant racism in the country.

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“We are black children and that’s for sure,” she sings. “Don’t take from us our right to live.” Drop mic.

“They say [black girls] are ugly because they are black,” MC Soffia tells Nós, Mulheres da Periferia. “They shouldn’t accept that. They should accept who they are. … do not be ashamed.” #Damnstraight

Besides racism, she sings about beauty ideals, education and all the women she admires, most of whom she learned about in history class like Frida, Clementina de Jesus and Cleopatra.

BTW, her pink bow IS on point.

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This Latino Created Two Different Facebook Accounts After His Mom Added Him

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This Latino Created Two Different Facebook Accounts After His Mom Added Him

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“It’s My Duty to Give Back”

The worst notification you can receive on Facebook is the one that tells you your mom wants to add you. Ugh, just thinking about everything she’ll be exposed to and all the comments she’ll want to leave is cringeworthy. Javier Arevalo, 25, from Berkeley, Calif., received this nightmare of a request from his parents. Luckily, he has figured out a way to keep his social presence while tricking his parents, who live in Los Angeles, into believing they know everything he’s up to. Genius ?. But off social media, Javier is also doing some pretty great things. Check out how he’s making sure Latinos stay on the right track to kick ass in college.

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