The tour is an interactive a poetry performance tackling immigration, anti-blackness, & feminism within Latinidad.
Out of the over 3,000 children’s books published in 2018, Latinx characters accounted for just 5% of protagonists.Read More
“…Everyone needs to do a better job at educating Latinos to understand that entrepreneurship is something that they can aspire to and that it is something with no limitations.”Read More
We’re looking back at the legacy of the Netflix original series, Orange is the New Black.Read More
“Just existing as a queer person of color in music spaces can be exhausting…I can say that the more vulnerable I am, the stronger I become, and I feel the most unstoppable when I am being as honest about my challenges as my triumphs.'‘Read More
VIDA stars Ser Anzoategui and Chelsea Rendon touch gender identity, navigating today’s world as a Latinx, their careers, activism, imposter syndrome, and more.Read More
“I’ve had to earn the privilege of telling Latino stories, by showing them no one else can tell Latino stories the way nobody else can.”Read More
“At the end of the day, being independent has brought me a lot of joy and happiness and peace because I know exactly what's going on.”Read More
The Glam Fam is a collective comedy experiences where they smack-talk their POCs (Pu$$ies Of Color, duh)Read More
A day that celebrates authors world wide, check out these Latina Authors making a difference.Read More
It has been 24 years since late Tejano superstar Selena Quintanilla-Pérez’s passing but her legacy is stronger than ever. The latest effort to preserve her contributions and legacy is a proposed bill to mark April 16, her birthday, as an official Texas holiday.Read More
Denise Hernandez launched Chingona Fest TX to unite fellow women of color through music, art, food, culture, and comradery.
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