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Yvette Montoya

Yvette is an L.A. native, a curly girl advocate and a first generation Latina working toward female empowerment through her writing and her artwork. She’s passionate about art, politics, tech, intersectional women’s issues and smacking down haters on Instagram. When she’s not typing away in front of a computer screen you’ll find her re-watching Atlanta & Bob’s Burgers, dancing to reggaeton and playing with her three foster bunnies: Basil, Alfalfa & Art Vandelay.
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30 Brujas That You Need to Follow on Instagram

Through the ages, brujas have gotten a bad rap — to say the least. Luckily many of the myths and…

20 Latina Superheroes You Never Knew You Were Rooting For

The importance of positive representation has come to the forefront as women and people of color demand space in every…

Michelle De La Isla Wants to Take Kansas’ Fight for Health Care to Congress

We’re really living in a country that is just as — if not more — divided than in the 1960s….

The 6 Best Period Apps Worth Downloading on Your Phone

In 2020, it is estimated that more than 100 million women track their periods on their smartphones and with good…

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Georgette Gomez Could Be the First Queer Latina in Congress

Georgette Gomez was the first queer Latina elected to San Diego City Council President. Now she wants to be the first…

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Candace Valenzuela Could be the First Afro-Latina Elected to Congress

The saying “it takes a village to raise a child,” truly affirms how crucial community support is to a family,…

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iLe’s New Album ‘Almadura’ is a Love Letter to Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican singer iLe (Ileana Mercedes Cabra Joglar) has never shied away from speaking up. Gaining notoriety as a young…

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‘American Dirt’ and the Unbearable Whiteness of Publishing

Jeanine Cummins’ novel American Dirt has been getting quite a bit of attention lately. The novel follows Lydia and her…

9 Latinas Keeping MLKs Legacy Alive HipLatina

9 Latina Activists Carrying on Martin Luther King Jr’s Legacy

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”- MLK Jr. Fifty years from today,…

‘Party of Five’ Star Emily Tosta Says the Show Will Break Stereotypes About Latinx

The highly anticipated Party of Five reboot is coming to Freeform in 2020. Notably, this revival has a totally different…

Adrienne Bailon Channels Beyoncé to Survive Uncomfortable Holiday Conversations

Our favorite Cheetah Girl Adrienne Bailon is a decorating diva whose personal style definitely comes through in her holiday home…

‘One Day At a Time’ Star Isabella Gomez Gets Real About the Colorism in Hollywood

One Day At a Time is coming back for its fourth season in 2020 and fans are stoked! It would…

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