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If at first you don't succeed...

At the skating rink for my daughter’s school fundraiser and she starts crying. Now my first reaction was stop crying, you’re going to get the floor wet and people are going to fall!!! 525 more words


 By Cassie Rodriguez

“We want more actors of color in roles that don’t continue to perpetuate negative stereotypes.” – Gina Rodriguez

A few weeks ago, I was asked to research tweets pertaining to my topic of sexualization of Latinas in mass media. 811 more words

Bartow Hispanic Center, Connecting Providers & Hispanic Families

“Even if there are community services available to Hispanics in Cartersville, communication was extremely difficult. We just wanted to help” explains Annabel Rodriguez-Romero, a bilingual Parent Coordinator & Title III (ESOL) Specialist at Cartersville City Schools when asked about the motivation to start a new player in town; a new non-profit called… 328 more words

Family & Youth

America’s Hypocritical Double Standard

President Trump has announced several measures designed to prevent new immigrants from entering the country and to deport immigrants, already here, who don’t have specific legal permission to enter the country. 399 more words

Donald Trump

Episode 1- Introduction

Get to meet the ladies behind Mamá Latina Connect.

A special thanks to our Media Producer, Raichu Escárzaga.

This episode is brought to you by Tribalry. 31 more words

One Day at a Time

Listen, I grew up feeling very represented: dad was in congress, mom was a doctor, and (she crosses herself) Shakira, Juanes, and Sofia Vergara. There was no thing a Colombian could not do. 281 more words

Top 10 Hispanics in Politics 2016

1. Catherine Cortez Masto – Cortez Masto was elected as the first Latina in the US Senate in 2016. She represents the state of Nevada. She is certainly a role model to other Latinas who aspire to be in politics or other executive positions. 497 more words