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When Will Things Change? Niña Dioz, Lido Pimienta And Ceci Bastida Aren't Waiting

A powerful trio of Latin alternative vocalists unite to record a feminist anthem.
Niña Dioz. Source: Courtesy of the artist

When Carla Reyna was starting out in Monterrey's rough-and-tumble world of underground hip-hop, she stuck out far more than she fit in. Barely 5'6", she was a diminutive, light-skinned and queer teenager plunging into a bawdy and heavily masculine scene. Still, she often had more

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