Tristán engaged in a Q&A with us on why O’Rourke’s focus on the Latinx community is crucial to the 2020 presidential election.Read More
“This isn’t an honest representation of my roots, culture, or family. I was forced to racially miscategorize myself. “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
The world has started to take action in warning people of the gun violence they may encounter as tourists in the United States.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
Together and on their own, these women have shaped the company and lead noteworthy projects in a field where men still dominate.Read More
We found 10 exploradoras that write about their travels around the globe and inspire other Latinas to chase their travel dreams.Read More
It’s tax refund time! Or as I like to think of this season, the government finally giving me my damn money back.Read More
If you’ve recognized that your finances need a healthy revamp, myFinTect is here to share some ideas that will be sure to get you on the right track for 2019!
By myFinTectRead More
Martha tells us why it’s important for more Latinxs to enter the nursing field, and the movement she has started to feature hardworking Latina RNs.
By Martha SalmonRead More
Small business Saturday is here, and it’s a great way to lend some support—financial or otherwise—to locally owned small businesses in your life.
By Kara PerezRead More
It is National STEM/STEAM Day and as a Latina in tech, Frances reminds us that women, especially minority women, have a long way to go for representation in STEM occupations.
By Frances CoronelRead More
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez won New York’s 14th congressional district this November; becoming the youngest woman ever elected to Congress and an inspiration to many. Ayling penned a letter to the U.S. House of Representative member-elect, writing how Ocasio-Cortez encouraged her to also fight.
By Ayling Zulema DominguezRead More
Latina Equal Pay Day is not only a day to draw attention to wage disparity between Latinas and their non-Hispanic white male counterparts at large, but also to think about how to level the playing field for the Latinas earning the least.
By Lyanne AlfaroRead More
Latinas represent nearly half of all Latinx businesses, and Kara shares different ways we can support Latina businesses with more than just our $$$
By Kara PerezRead More