What Women’s History Month Means to UsMarch 29, 2019
We asked these five college-aged Latinas what Women’s History Month means to them, especially as Latinas who face double the challenges as minority women.
Chingona Fest: The SXSW alternative for WOCFebruary 26, 2019
“When I’m working on Chingona Fest I feel like I’m fulfilling my life’s purpose to be brown and proud and realizing the power we have as Latina leaders and entrepreneurs and creating a space where our young Latinas can realize they can step into those spaces as well,” Hernandez adds. “I really want Chingona Fest to be an experience for every attendee where they leave and feel empowered starting a business or starting college or overcoming adversity.”
A Latina Perspective: How Ballet Folklorico helped me maintain my identityFebruary 17, 2019
I felt like I was an Aztec warrior myself. I felt like I was truly connecting with my Mexican roots.