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How to engage in policy advocacy as a nonprofit

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 […]

Men and masculine folk

“We believe that for there to be collective impact towards ending gender-based violence in the state of Minnesota, every community must be involved and uplifted. Towards this end, it means that men, masculine and male-identified folks must be engaged as a strategy towards ending gender-based violence. In order to do this, […]

Advancing Latina leadership in government: Demystifying the federal appointments process

“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  

Speaking out in unity: Testimonios from undocumented Latina immigrant women

In this webinar, Miriam Valdovinos,Assistant Professor at the University of Connecticut, will share about the one-on-one interviews she conducted with Latina immigrant women living in Washington State that experienced intimate partner violence (IPV). She investigated how the women’s undocumented immigration status impacted their experiences with help-seeking attempts and behaviors for the […]

Latino boys and men: Advancing scholarship and community based solutions

This webinar will address systemic limitations on understanding the state of the field by using a comprehensive approach to identify community-based solutions with Latino men and boys. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY in collaboration with Esperanza United (formerly Casa de Esperanza) conducted a scan of the field to identify […]

Know me, don’t judge me! Misinterpretations between Latin@ parents and their children

This webinar for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month features Nallely Castro Montoya and Lois Gutierrez of Esperanza United (formerly Casa de Esperanza). They will explore common miscommunications between Latin@ parents and their child(ren) and challenges youth face in building healthy relationships. They will also discuss gender, the media’s affect on values, […]

La violencia doméstica y la tecnología

This webinar will explore security risks of using technology, and the different ways technology is used to stalk, abuse and harass victims and survivors. We will present useful tools for service providers to assess aggression. We will also offer suggestions on how to properly document technology abuse and develop technology abuse […]

Working with Latin@ and LGBTQ youth

November is Runaway and Homeless Youth Awareness Month. In honor of this month, Esperanza United (formerly Casa de Esperanza) is collaborating with the NW Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian, and Gay Survivors of Abuse to present a webinar on Latin@ and LGBTQ youth realities and the intersections of violence, homelessness and […]

Addressing oppression and violence within Latin@ LGBT communities

This webinar will focus on the intersections of homophobia, heterosexism and racism that often enhance negative stereotypes associated with being Latin@ and LGBT.  The presenter will discuss the impact of language on our anti-oppression work as well as other elements that complicate the experiences of victimization of members of the Latin@ […]

Stalking: A qualifying crime for a U visa

The webinar will give an overview of the U visa, and will provide advocates with tools and knowledge on the crime of stalking. This will aid in the identification of the crime and will provide strategies to prove the “substantial physical or emotional abuse” requirement for the U visa. An immigrant […]