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Digame: Leslie Priscilla of LatinxParenting Talks Ending Chancla Culture

Virginia Isaad
Leslie Priscilla is the founder of Latinx Parenting, a bilingual organization and movement rooted in children’s rights, social and racial justice, the practice of nonviolence and reparenting, intergenerational and ancestral healing, cultural sustenance, and the active decolonization of oppressive practices...

How To Make Your Home Your Own By Incorporating Your Cultura

Shayne Rodriguez Thompson
Sponsored by It’s always been important to me to have items around my home that bring me joy, rather than filling my home with loads of things just for the sake of it. Ultimately, I want to be surrounded by...

Bonita Fierce Candles Founder Melissa Gallardo is Celebrating Latinx Biculturalism

Shayne Rodriguez Thompson
Success often comes when we’re least expecting it. So many of us work tirelessly to achieve something — to make it. We go to school, we get a degree, and then maybe another degree, then we work full-time, and we keep...

Addressing Generational Trauma & Parentification in the Latinx Community

Virginia Isaad
Dr. Lisette Sanchez is a bilingual licensed psychologist and founder of Calathea Wellness, a virtual practice providing individual therapy in California. She has a passion for working with BIPOC folxs and first-generation professionals. Trauma is a term that we hear often, especially...

As Latin Food Culture Evolves, What’s Fusion and What’s Appropriation?

Virginia Isaad
Krista Linares is a registered dietitian nutritionist and founder of Nutrition Con Sabor. You’ve probably seen the viral videos of “Mexican corn salad” (esquites) or “spa water” (agua fresca) and the resulting pushback as if our cultural foods and drinks were suddenly...

Daniela Pierre-Bravo Wants Women of Color to Feel Empowered in the Workplace

Virginia Isaad
Daniela Pierre-Bravo is an MSNBC reporter for Morning Joe and a two-time published author but before she achieved this level of success in her career she was trying to figure out how to navigate the workplace as an undocumented first-generation...

Mexican-Japanese Influencer Marcela Alcala Talks Beauty, Family & Asian Latinx Representation

Sofía Aguilar
Marcela Alcala, otherwise known as @mexicanbutjapanese on Instagram, is a proud member of a historically ignored part of the Latinx community: Asian Latinxs. Dozens of Asian-Latinx communities exist and thrive throughout the U.S. and Latin America including Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela,...