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Esperanza United (formerly Casa de Esperanza) created the national Te Invito campaign, whose purpose is to engage men and boys in the fight against domestic violence. This campaign aims to elevate the voices of Latino men who reject violence and work to model and promote healthy relationships.
In this video, our staff share one thing they are doing to keep their families healthy this holiday season.
According to The Representation Project, the documentary film, “The Mask You Live In follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity. “Pressured by the media, their peer group, and even the adults in their lives, our protagonists confront messages […]
¡Hasta Aqui No Mas! is a multimedia educational campaign that aims to engage Latin@s in a dialogue about sexual violence. Two public service announcements (PSAs) videos were created to promote the initiative, which feature Latin-American men and women confronting sexual violence. The PSAs promote attitudes and behaviors that empower men and […]
The Men’s Story Project The Men’s Story Project (MSP) promotes healthy masculinity and prevention of gender violence. The program consists of the development of public presentations in which men analyze social norms around masculinity and gender relations through candid stories about their life experiences. The stories cover issues such as paternity, […]
For the last 15 years, ELEMENT volunteers have been helping maintain Casa de Esperanza, Esperanza United’s local shelter for Latin@ survivors of domestic violence. In this video we salute our volunteers and talk more about our strength-based approach to ending gender-based violence. Email Beth Baynes at email@example.com for information on volunteer […]
Te invito: Videos Te Invito is a toolkit developed by Esperanza United as a collection of resources and materials for individuals and organizations to increase awareness and engage Latino men and boys in preventing domestic violence. In this toolkit, you will find information about programs that have been documented to work […]
At Esperanza United (formerly Casa de Esperanza), we work to mobilize the Latin@ community to build healthy futures. Through this series, ¡Presente! Empowering Latin@ Communities through Civic Engagement, we’ll highlight simple ways that anyone can take action, make change, and create a future you wish to see. In this episode, Esperanza […]
Esperanza United (formerly Casa de Esperanza) youth created this public service announcement on teen dating violence. The group of 6 youth spent part of their summer coming up with a creative idea, script writing, story boarding, filming and bringing their idea to life. This is the result.
“Latinas are underrepresented at all levels of government, including federal appointments. During this virtual event, we discussed the federal appointments process with former appointees and a representative from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC).” –LatinasRepresent