Service providers

Empowering Latin@ Leadership: Interview with Dr. Irasema Coronado.

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 […]

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Empowering Latin@ leadership to end gender-based violence blog series

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 […]

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Help create data on our Latina community

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 […]

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10 Reasons to Bookmark WomensLaw.org

There are lots of reason to bookmark WomensLaw.org but they all boil down to the fact that knowledge is power. On our site, you can learn about the custody, divorce, and housing laws in your state, and more. When you know the laws, you can make informed decisions and take the […]

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Now Hiring Legal Staff for the REACH Project

The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) and Esperanza United are proud to share that we’re hiring two bilingual legal staff positions for the REACH (Reimagining Enhanced Access and Capacity of the Hotline) Project: a Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Attorney Manager and a TTA Legal Coordinator. The TTA Attorney Manager leads TTA […]

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Building our REACH

The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV)’s WomensLaw project and Esperanza United are partnering on the Reimagining Enhanced Access and Capacity of the Hotline (REACH) Project. Together, we are enhancing and expanding the capacity of the WomensLaw Email Hotline, which provides free, confidential legal information and support in both English […]

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New podcast: Services for the LGBTTQ community with Proyecto Matria

June is recognized as Pride Month. In this installment of Conversations over Cafecito, Aida Negrón, Bilingual Communications Specialist at Esperanza United, conducts an interview with Amarilis Pagán Jiménez, Executive Director of Proyecto Matria, in Puerto Rico, to tell us about the services her organization offers to members of the LGBTTQ community.

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New podcast: Impact of gun violence on Latin@ mothers

May brings the celebration of Mother’s Day. In this installment of Conversations over Cafecito, Aida Negrón, Bilingual Communications Specialist at Esperanza United, conducts an interview with Xochitl Oseguera, vice president of Mamás con Poder, to talk about the impact of gun violence on Latino mothers and how this connects to gender-based […]

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