• Ten Tweets That Sum Up Latina Motherhood and Make Us Laugh While We Panic

    Ah, motherhood. Life as a mother is one long twisting and turning roller coaster. It is filled with happiness and joy, but also stress and worry.  When you find out you will be someone’s mom, you never really know what to expect, even if you think you are prepared after reading all the books, reading all the blogs, and watching… Read More

    Ten Tweets That Sum Up Latina Motherhood and Make Us Laugh While We Panic
  • Abortion Misinformation Campaign Targets Latinas

    When it comes to politics, the Latino community has always been the target of misinformation campaigns. After all, we are the largest ethnic demographic in the country and the most influential in elections. And the criminalization of abortion in the United States is a political issue. Since the majority-male, white, conservative Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Latinas working in… Read More

    Abortion Misinformation Campaign Targets Latinas
  • Nine Toxic Things Our Latino Parents Always Said and We Should Unlearn

    Latino pride is loud and more evident than ever. Latinos are proud of their roots and heritage, always filled with honor and joy about where they came from.  Even if their countries have flaws and they may have chosen to immigrate elsewhere for a better future, Latinos never deny their background and follow their traditions and culture closely.  However, it… Read More

    Nine Toxic Things Our Latino Parents Always Said and We Should Unlearn
  • ‘Strong Fathers/Padres Fuertes,’ an Initiative To Help Black and Latinx Fathers During the First Few Months of Fatherhood

    Becoming a parent is quite an odyssey — especially the first few months. However, those critical days can be much more bearable with the right tools. This is precisely what the “Strong Fathers/Padres Fuertes” project in Kent County, Grand Rapids, believes. It is a community-based initiative that connects Latinx and Black fathers in the area with services customized to each… Read More

    ‘Strong Fathers/Padres Fuertes,’ an Initiative To Help Black and Latinx Fathers During the First Few Months of Fatherhood
  • Five Books by Latino Authors To Look Forward to This Year

    While reading can be enriching, sometimes we fall into a rut and lose all inspiration to read. This can be because you can’t seem to find books that inspire you or fill you with emotion. After all, you need to feel connected to a story in order to move forward with it.  This is why you should consider reading books… Read More

    Five Books by Latino Authors To Look Forward to This Year

My Children Have Spread Their Wings. Is This My New Springtime?

‘Thanks, but No Thanks,’ the Challenge of Setting Limits for Your Latina Mother