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Welcome the holidays and give back at the same time by joining Latinitas for our annual East Austin PUBsada (Pub Crawl + Posada) – Rain or Shine! A posada (or inn) is… continue reading
This month, Latinitas unveiled its new donor-benefit program called the Latinitas Empowerment Circle. Our goal was to raise $16,000 by the end of the year to signify the 16 years we have been empowering girls. That… continue readingSee All News
Tech Familia Holiday Workshop
Happy holidays, chicas! Join us on December 8th from 10am-12pm for a free kickoff workshop sponsored by Blackbaud. This workshop will take place at the Latinitas headquarters, located at 1023 Springdale Road, Building 9E (2nd floor).
We will have three technology-based activities inspired by the holiday season, featuring filmmaking using a green screen, coding, and even graphic design! Registration is free and open to all families. Click here to register.
A Latina Perspective: A Reflection on the Midterm ElectionsNovember 26, 2018
Editor’s note: The thoughts and comments expressed in this essay do not necessarily reflect the views of Latinitas. It is a first-person opinion essay written by Katherine Chacon shortly after the 2018… continue reading
Review for Everyone Knows You Go Home by Natalia SylvesterNovember 1, 2018
In her latest book, Everyone Knows You Go Home, Natalia Sylvester explores themes of family, immigration, the American dream, and forgiveness. The story has two main narratives. The first focuses on… continue reading
How Day of the Dead helps me find peace after losing loved onesOctober 31, 2018
Dia de Los Muertos is the one day of the year in Mexican culture when the spirits of the dead are allowed passage back to the land of the living. During this… continue reading