Support the supporters, affirm Latin@ survivors

Your support represents hope, change, and a safer future. A trip to the pumpkin patch where Latin@ families can enjoy a day out while engaging in meaningful conversations about the importance of healthy relationships. A Dia de los Muertos celebration, forming a sacred act of connection with our roots and ancestors […]

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Latina Voices Against Domestic Violence Panel

Esperanza United was proud to partner with Latinas Represent and MANA: A National Latina Organization to host ‘Latina Voices Against Domestic Violence,’ a virtual event in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Our discussion featured remarkable insights from our panelists—Shay Franco-Clausen, Rocio “Chío” Núñez Ruiz, and Mayor Martha Cardenas-Singh—who shed light […]

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Gender-based violence (GBV) and Latin@ farmworkers fact sheet

We are grateful to the people people who bring food to our table. An estimated 2 million farmworkers in the U.S. are Latin@ migrants, making up 78% of the overall agricultural workforce (NAWS, 2019-2020). These individuals work across the food supply chain to keep us healthy and sustain our communities but […]

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Daughters of Latin America: Honoring our “ancestras”

Recently, Esperanza United and Encuentro Diáspora Afro hosted a virtual event highlighting “Daughters of Latin America,” a new anthology featuring writing from Latine women across the diaspora: Facilitated by Maya Doig-Acuna, writer and PhD candidate at Harvard University on African and African American Studies In conversation with Sandra Guzmán, editor and […]

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