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April 29, 2013 1:38 PM

‘Latino/US Cotidiano’ exhibit breaks boundaries of stereotypes

The Incredible Hulk drilling a stone with a jackhammer. Catwoman caring for young children. Spider-Man perched on a skyscraper washing windows. The photographs are of Hispanic Americans at work, dressed by photographer Dulce Pinzon to show everyday Latinos the way their families see them: superheroes working to send money back to their relatives in Latin America. They’re just a few of the photographs in a new exhibition and book.

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