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NO MÁS PSA

NO MÁS is a collaborative effort between Esperanza United (formerly Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network), the nation’s leading Latin@ organization on domestic violence prevention, and NO MORE. This campaign was developed using original research and input from parents and youth. NO MÁS provides tools and resources tailored to the needs […]

Policy boletín

This document reviews VOCA, VAWA and FVPSA and how culturally specific programs can access these federal resources to enhance services for survivors. You can also view a webinar on this information below. 

¡Adelante!: An update on the state of Latin@ leadership

Esperanza United’s CEO Patti Tototzintle, kicks-off ¡Adelante! A Virtual Celebration of Latin@-Led Advocacy by introducing the convening’s objectives, structure, and highlights. She is joined by barrier-breaking Latinas, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto and former Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, to discuss the challenges, successes, and way forward for Latin@ leadership in this movement. This […]

Stories of fatherhood with Alberto Vasallo III

In celebration of Father’s Day we have invited members of our staff and network to reflect on their experiences having or being a father and or a father figure and how that has impacted their work supporting women and girls. Alberto Vasallo III talks about his experience being a father to […]

Stories of fatherhood with Robert de Leon

In celebration of Father’s Day we have invited members of our staff and network to reflect on their experiences having or being a father and or a father figure and how that has impacted their work supporting women and girls. Robert de Leon takes us back to 2013 the year he […]

Trans latina advocacy with Bamby Salcedo

Our guest for this podcast, Bamby Salcedo, CEO of TransLatina Coalition, shares her leadership experiences dedicated to improving advocacy to Trans Latina’s impacted by gender based violence. In this podcast Bamby shares the strength and commitment she has as a result of experiencing hardships in her life. She describes the importance […]

Stories of motherhood with Tlazoltiani Zamarripa

In celebration of Mother’s Day we have invited members of our staff and network to reflect on their experiences having or being a mother and or a mother figure and how that has impacted their work supporting women and girls. This week, Conversations over Cafecito will bring you a collection of […]

Stories of motherhood with Martha Hernandez-Martinez

This week, we bring you a collection of stories, focusing on motherhood- the good, the challenging, and those that fall in between. People will share moments of struggle, sadness, joy, and hope, Which some may find difficult to hear. Martha Hernandez-Martinez shares with us the challenges of being a single parent […]

Stories of motherhood with Ivette Izea-Martinez

In celebration of Mother’s Day we have invited members of our staff and network to reflect on their experiences having or being a mother and or a mother figure and how that has impacted their work supporting women and girls. This week, Conversations over Cafecito will bring you a collection of […]

Stories of motherhood with Adrienne Todela

In celebration of Mother’s Day we have invited members of our staff and network to reflect on their experiences having or being a mother and or a mother figure and how that has impacted their work supporting women and girls. This week, Conversations over Cafecito will bring you a collection of […]