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Please join Latinitas – El Paso in celebrating the strong women in our lives with a one-of-a-kind Mother’s Day event during our Mother’s Day Fundraiser on May 11th. The evening will feature… continue reading
Latinitas is thrilled to be 1 of 5 finalists for the United Way for Greater Austin‘s #ClickForTheCause campaign. We’re in the running to win up to $50K to launch our new Whole Chica Incubator,… continue readingSee All News
AUSTIN – Game Chica Conference
Latinitas Austin’s first gaming conference for girls will take place Saturday, April 28, 2018, at HomeAway in the Domain. The full-day Game Chica Conference will show girls ages 9-18 of all backgrounds how to design video games! More info at GameChica.com.
EL PASO – Startup Chica Conference
On Saturday, April 21, 2018, girls ages 11 to 18 will spend the day learning the business skills needed to launch their own product or idea. As a team, working alongside community mentors from The Hub of Human Innovation, they will come up with a creative product, pitch it to a group of judges and exit with a passion for entrepreneurship. Register on our Eventbrite page.
What does it mean to be “authentic” in media for Latinas?March 30, 2018
This year at SXSW Lena Dunham delivered a panel discussion on “authenticity” in media. The free-spoken writer, actress, director, and producer — often accused by audiences for being too progressive — presented… continue reading
Diversity in journalism is not just about equalityMarch 23, 2018
In 2017, Women Photograph, the initiative to “elevate the voice of female photojournalists”, tracked the lead photo bylines by gender for eight top publications around the world which revealed the gap in… continue reading
3 Reasons Why Latinitas Should Consider a Career in TechMarch 16, 2018
Have you ever noticed a difference between the way you were treated at home versus the way your brother, male cousin, or male friend was treated? Perhaps, you’re familiar with hearing “Mija,… continue reading