We are so excited to visit the National Museum of Mexican Art and, now, we can find the fun and creative t-shirts and more by JT’EES! Felicidades !!! Check out … Continue Reading JT’EES AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MEXICAN ART SHOP!
As part of our podcast, Intersectional Conversations, we bring you our newest segment, “Aqui Estamos/We’re Here!” In this episode, Jessica from @Minoritea_Weekly, is here to tell us about what they … Continue Reading Podcast: Intersectional Conversations: S2E4- MINORITEA WEEKLY
In this episode, we will get to know Daniela and her store, Oye Jefa! Daniela tells us about her experiences as an entrepreneur and activist. She shares with us her … Continue Reading Podcast: S3E3- Learn About OYE JEFA with Daniela
We are so happy to see a small Latina owned business be represented on the shelves of Nordstrom stores! Felicidades to Nopalera Co.! Check out our IG shout out below:
On September 8, 1965, Filipino American grape workers, members of the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee, walked out on strike against Delano-area table and wine grape growers protesting years of poor … Continue Reading ON THIS DAY… The Great Grape Strike Began
We are so happy to see a small Latina owned business be represented on the shelves of Macy’s stores! Felicidades to CEO and Founder of Casita Michi, Melissa! Check out … Continue Reading CASITA MICHI AT MACY’S!
Our amazing team member, GIO, was recently featured in Resolve Magazine ! The article is entitled, “Where Am I Going To Go?” The COVID-19 Pandemic Triggered An Epidemic Of Domestic … Continue Reading Gio was featured in Resolve Magazine!
Our amazing team member, GIO, was recently featured in WitnessLA ! The article is entitled, ““Where Am I Going To Go?” The COVID-19 Pandemic Triggered An Epidemic Of Domestic Violence. … Continue Reading Gio was featured in WitnessLA!
In this episode, Mariblel from LOVE 4 IMMIGRANTS tell us more about this amazing global initiative. They also tells us about future events and a little bit more about the … Continue Reading Podcast: S3E2- Learn About LOVE 4 IMMIGRANTS with Maribel
August 7th is National Purple Heart Day in the U.S. I wanted to share Latino recipients who have recieved this very honorable medal. Most recipients have been injured or lost … Continue Reading Latinxs & Purple Heart Day in the US (Video)
In this episode, Ector and Tania from Future Leaders of America (FLA) tell us more about this amazing organization that is based in Southern California. They also tells us about … Continue Reading Podcast: S3E1- Learn About Future Leaders of America with Ector & Tania
This year, hundreds of unmarked graves of indigenous children were found in old Residential Schools locations. This school was part of a bigger residential school system that not only existed … Continue Reading Boarding School History in Canada & US (Video)
It’s finally here! As part of our podcast, Intersectional Conversations, here is our segment “Tell Your Story.” In this episode, NAYTHEPODCAST shares their experiences as a college student of color … Continue Reading Podcast: Intersectional Conversations: S2E1: NayThePodcast
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On this day, María de los Dolores Asúnsolo y López Negrete was born in Durango, Mexico, on August 3, 1904. She came from an aristocratic family of Basque-Spanish bankers and … Continue Reading Dolores del Rio: From Hollywood Star to Golden Age of Mexican Cinema Legend
On this day, María de Guadalupe Villalobos-Vélez was born in San Luis de Potosí, Mexico, on July 18, 1908. LIKE FATHER-LIKE DAUGHTER Although Vélez was born into an established, wealthy, … Continue Reading Lupe Velez: the 1st Hollywood Mexican Actress