‘La Phoenikera’ covers arts and culture by and for Latino millennials

“La Phoenikera” is an online publication that aims to fill a gap in arts and culture coverage and fight misconceptions about Latinos. Co-owners and co-publishers Eduardo Bernal and Nuvia Enriquez discuss how Latino millennials are helping to shape the culture of the city.

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Nuvia Enriquez, co-owners and co-publisher, "La Phoenikera"
Eduardo Bernal, co-owners and co-publisher, "La Phoenikera"

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