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Aliza Hits Latina Magazine and more….

Pick up the current issue of Latina magazine and you’ll find a familiar face amidst the pages: mine. Check out page 84 of the February issue for my latest piece, “Not-So-Foreign Language” where I chronicle my battles to stay fluent in Spanish in the face of assimilation and cultural conflict. If you’re savvy, you might even be able to find a link to the PDF of the piece on one of the links on this site. Wink, wink. (Oh, come on, just go pay the $2.95.)

If you missed “My Uterus is None of Your Business,” check out the latest reprint in The Jewish Planet bearing a new glatt kosher title, “My Fertility is None of Your Business.”

7 thoughts on “Aliza Hits Latina Magazine and more….

  1. I just finished reading my copy of Laina….from beginning to end….Aliza I absolutely loved your piece….it was like you were talking about me……Bravo to you for claiming your language! You inspired me to write my own story.

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  2. Hi Aliza,I bought this issue of Latina to critique for my Magazine Design class (I have a subscription at home) – I haven’t actually read through the magazine in ages, but your article stuck out to me.I’m 1/2 Mexican, but I have light skin and red hair – everyone always assumes I’m Irish. My older brother’s nickname was even “white boy,” and the “super-Latina” girls in high school always picked on me or told me I didn’t have a right to call myself a Latina because I didn’t speak Spanish. It’s now my secondary major in college (doubling with Journalism), and it’s relatively easy because I’m just re-learning it all. I’ve studied abroad in Mexico and learned so much more about my culture… I think I’m more Latina at heart than any of those girls.I really enjoyed your article and I really related with it. Thanks for being a voice for women like us.

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