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Latina Wealth Building: Breaking Down Your 2023 Financial Plan

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First Generation, Queer Latina Lea Landaverde is the founder of The Riqueza Collective, a holistic financial services company, and the of host of Mi Riqueza Podcast. As a First-Gen Latina, I have found that I will always experience many “firsts”....
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Empowering Latinas: Strategies for Managing Stress in the New Year

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Patricia Alvarado is a psychotherapist and owner and director of the group practice, Alvarado Therapy. February 2023 is quickly approaching. You realize that this means that you are one month into the new year. 31 days in.44640 minutes… and yet you...
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How I’m Turning My 2023 Manifestations & Intentions Into Reality

Sofía Aguilar
With each passing year, more and more people are ditching the outdated idea of New Year’s resolutions, especially in 2023. Growing up, I had all these pressures and expectations surrounding the new year, that the minute the holiday season was...
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Meg Medina is First Latina National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature

Sofía Aguilar
We love seeing Latinx writers representing in publishing, shattering glass ceilings and breaking new ground along the way. In 2021, Natalie Diaz became the first Latina poet to win the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. Last year, Ada Limón made history...
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16 Films Featuring Latinx Talent Coming out in 2023

Sofía Aguilar
2022 was a great year for Latinx representation in film! From the record-breaking HBOMax film Father of the Bride starring Andy Garcia and Gloria Estefan, to the Black Panther sequel Wakanda Forever that offered unprecedented Indigenous Latinx representation in a...
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Bad Bunny to Executive Produce TV Adaptation of YA Novel “They Both Die at the End”

Sofía Aguilar
Bad Bunny is already making 2023 his year in entertainment! Recently he’s made appearances in TV and film projects like Netflix’s Narcos: Mexico and Bullet Train, respectively. He also made headlines last year for his history-making moves in the film industry by...
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18 Books by Latinx Authors Coming Out in 2023 You Need to Read

Sofía Aguilar
We’ve loved seeing Latinx authors making their mark on the publishing industry and thankfully, this year is no different! In all genres, there is a need for Latinx stories, especially from Afro-Latinx and Indigenous Latinx writers, and plenty of authors...