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Yvette Montoya

Yvette is an L.A. native and a curly girl advocate. She specializes in consulting, experiential marketing, and tech events for diverse communities. She creates socially conscious illustrations for Nylon Español, and was a founding co-host and social media manager for the @BrownGirlsRising podcast. She’s passionate about politics, intersectional women’s issues, pandas, and contributing to the plurality of Latinx narratives in the US.

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7 Best Products for All Day Moisture HipLatina

7 Moisturizing Products to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Winter

Winter is finally here! And although the food, the family, and the lights make everyone giddy – the cold can be…

Becky G Says Her Spanish Album Helped Her Find Herself As An Artist

Becky G Says Her Spanish Album Helped Her Find Herself As An Artist

Becky G has had quite a year, her song “Mayores” surpassed Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” on…

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Incredible Posters Show 50 Years of Cuban Artists’ Interpretation of Hollywood Films

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This Latina’s Afro Mexican Roots Inspired Her To Create a Curl Care Line HipLatina

This Latina’s Afro-Mexican Roots Inspired Her To Create a Curl-Care Line

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Coco Pixar Book HipLatina

You Can Bring the Magic of ‘Coco’ Home ASAP With This Book

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

Who’s Barrio Is it Anyway? A Look at Chicano Life in Orange, California HipLatina

Who’s Barrio Is it Anyway? This Exhibit Looks at Chicano Life in Orange, California

Emigdio Vasquez’s work can be found all over Orange County – in the cities of Orange, Fullerton, Santa Ana, and…

Jose Clemente Orozco’s mural is reimagined through the work of 4 female Artists HipLatina

Jose Clemente Orozco’s Mural Is Reimagined Through the Work of 4 Female Artists  

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Below the Underground: Renegade Art and Action in 1900’s Mexico HipLatina

Below the Underground: Renegade Art and Action in 1990’s Mexico

For Mexico the 90’s were tumultuous – it marked the rise of the drug cartels, the privatization of the public…

This Is Why You Won't Hear Ozuna Singing About Guns Any Time Soon

This Is Why You Won’t Hear Ozuna Singing About Guns Any Time Soon

Puerto Rican sensation Ozuna is quickly becoming one of the most recognizable faces and voices in Latin music. Hot on…

6 Things to Improve Skin Care in 20s and 30s HipLatina

6 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Skin in Your Late 20’s and 30’s

So you’re in your late 20’s or you’ve just entered your 30’s and suddenly your favorite foundation isn’t cutting it…

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