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  • Life as a Latina Rocker

    July 1, 2020

    AUSTIN, Texas— I was 11-years-old when I attended my first concert. It was an intense night in the Rio Grande Valley with cover bands that…

  • Quarantined? Here’s The Feel-Good Latinx Playlist You Need Right Now

    May 27, 2020

    AUSTIN, Texas — We all need a way to relax and escape the tension of COVID-19. On the bright side, we now have a lot…

  • 6 Skills to Learn While Stuck at Home

    March 24, 2020

    AUSTIN, Texas — Currently, the City of Austin ordered a shelter-in-place in Travis county and it is advised to only leave our homes for essential…

  • Thankful for Leading Women Artists

    November 29, 2019

    All across the country, the final week of November means that many families will be celebrating Thanksgiving and to others, it’s a regular week. Whatever…

  • Chingona Fest: The SXSW alternative for WOC

    February 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.”