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Children who witness domestic violence are as likely to be negatively impacted as children who are direct targets of the violence. Experiencing and witnessing abuse impacts children’s cognitive, emotional, and overall health. For a child, it is scary and confusing when a parent harms the other parent. It is scary because […]

Community advocates are leaders who provide direct and indirect services and care to the health and well-being of people in their community. They assist survivors as they manage through systems that intersect with their overall health. Advocates can take action to significantly improve the health and well-being of Latin@ survivors of […]

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 […]

Esperanza United is honoring Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Hispanic Heritage Month by remembering the contributions of Latin@ leaders who have worked to foster healthy communities free from gender-based violence. Through the “Empowering Latin@ Leadership” blog series, we’ve been focusing on various aspects of Latin@ leadership. Now, the question arises: How […]

Access to Indigenous languages Changes in demographics in the last few years have shown an increasing number of Indigenous peoples of Latin America arriving at the border and asking for asylum. Although Census data shows increases as well, there are big levels of underreporting due to many factors including the way […]

For Hispanic/Latin@ Heritage Month, Esperanza United is celebrating Latin@ leaders who have made their mark in the field of gender-based violence. In this blog, we are highlighting an inspiring leader, Dr. Irasema Coronado. Dr. Irasema Coronado is the director and professor of the School of Transborder Studies at Arizona State University […]

Over the summer, as a policy & advocacy fellow, I had the incredible opportunity to work closely with Esperanza United’s national policy team and contribute to the Latin@ leadership program. This experience was nothing short of transformative, and it showed me the power that Latin@ leadership has to create lasting change […]

For Hispanic/Latin@ Heritage Month, Esperanza United is celebrating and recognizing the remarkable contributions and influence of Latin@ leaders who have and continue to build and support healthy communities free from gender-based violence. From now until October 15, our “Empowering Latin@ leadership” blog series will focus on Latin@ leadership, highlighting the experiences […]

Hello community service providers! We’re happy to share our survey to inform domestic violence hotlines on how they can best serve Latino communities! We’re inviting Latin@s, especially those who identify as LGBTQ, Afro, and/or Indigenous, to join us by filling out the survey. It’s easy – just print and share this poster to encourage more people to […]

By Olivia Garcia, Ph.D. About 10 years ago, I was writing my dissertation on the Violence Against Women Act and Latina survivors. Around then, I learned about the exceptional work Esperanza United (then known as Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities) was doing as a Health […]