one common cause: lifting up our community. From environmental activists and immigration attorneys to
celebrities wielding their influence for change, this is what Latinx power looks like when we rise up.
Becky G Is the Pop Star — and Activist — We Need Right Now
We talked to Becky G about how she is using her voice to encourage everyone to get informed and vote in the upcoming election and how her parents' story ignited her passion for social justice.
These 14 Women Are Just a Few of the Latinxs in Charge of Getting Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Elected
With a projected 32 million Latinx people eligible to vote in the 2020 presidential election, the community will make up over 13 percent of eligible voters in the United States this year. We're featuring a group of Latinx women (including DREAMERs, first-generation Americans, and recently naturalized citizens) devoting their time and skills to the former vice president and senator's campaign.
Paola Ramos on Afro-Latinx: "No Matter How Hard You Try, You Cannot Truly Erase Facts and History"
Read an excerpt from Paola Ramos's latest book, Finding Latinx: In Search of the Voices Redefining Latino Identity, where she discusses the erasure of Afro-Latinx people throughout history and how these voices are lost in media and storytelling.
This Latina Organizer Wants You to Know That You Have a Voice in This Election
NEWCO Strategies partner Emmy Ruiz shares her story of how she came to be involved in the Obama campaign in 2012 and the Clinton campaign in 2016 and how she is following her parents' advice to "make sure you leave things better than how you found them."