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My Life as a College Student & Essential WorkerMay 1, 2020
AUSTIN, Texas—During a global pandemic like we are facing today, many have the option of working from home and prioritizing their health and community. Unfortunately,…
Helen Chávez the Heroine of Speaking UpMarch 31, 2020
I was 14-years-old, sitting in my freshman geometry class, when I saw three boys throwing paper wads at a mentally challenged student named Angel*. I…
Un Día Sin Nosotras: Mexico Will Go A Day Without Women And We Need to CareMarch 8, 2020
AUSTIN, Texas —The familiar cat call you hear as you’re walking down the street, minding your business. The unfairness in a Latinx household where a…
Book corner: A Latina’s take on Nina Moreno and Elizabeth Acevedo’s latest worksMarch 26, 2019
Nina Moreno’s Don’t Date Rosa Santos Rosa Santos is cursed. Or, at least her family is. Every time a Santos woman falls in love with…
Two Promising Latinas on getting selected for groundbreaking Movement Mujeres fellowshipFebruary 8, 2019
The fellowship wants to disrupt the so-called ‘Good Old Boys Club’ that has shaped Texas government, policy and nonprofit sectors in favor of leadership that looks like the state it represents and fights for the causes its constituents most care about.
Family separation in the U.S. and how to help those in needAugust 7, 2018
Hi Latinitas! This post is meant to teach you a little bit about what is happening to undocumented immigrants…