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Category Archives: Leadership Development

JUNE 20-22, 2016 #NLNInstitute #ConferenciaLatina Our 2016 National Latin@ Institute, “Fortaleciendo Nuestras Comunidades / Strengthening Our Communities,” was inspired by the source of our collective strength and resiliency, building a sense of love for our unique identity and belonging to our entire communities. Through our workshops, panel discussions, and guest speakers, we explored the diversified […]

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In preparation for Mother’s Day, the Decimos NO MÁS campaign is having a social media giveaway to honor mothers across the country who embody the qualities of a hero: generosity, compassion, and support.  We believe in the strength between mothers and their children, and we want to honor that this month. To nominate your mom for […]

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By Heidi Notario, Director of Implementation and Social Change Beginning on February 21, 2016, I had the opportunity to attend a week long domestic violence knowledge exchange in China, as part of the U.S. Delegation that brought together a group of experts on this topic. This trip was part of the People to People Exchange […]

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This week we welcome Micaela Ríos, our new Project Coordinator with the National Latin@ Network. Where are you from? I was born and raised in Burley, Idaho but currently I’m located in the City of Trees (Boise, Idaho). Where do you feel most at home? Home is manifested in many places for me.

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By Elaine Ezekiel, Community Manager, MHP Salud El Arte de Sobrevivir (The Art of Surviving) is a support group program that uses the multi-tiered Promotor(a) de Salud model to provide support to low-income, Hispanic, Spanish-speaking survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and/or stalking. This model employs a Promotora (also known as a Community Health Worker) who […]

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The following blog post is the last in a series on strategies for evaluating our work in the field, drawing on resources from Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network’s Building Evidence Toolkit. What is a Theory of Change? A Theory of Change (also known as the Pathway of Change) is a strategy that allows us to identify and […]

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Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network is now accepting applications from organizations that desire training and technical assistance to engage Latino men and boys in the movement to end gender based violence.  If you are selected, your organization will receive, at no cost: Material to work directly with men Customization for all tools in the […]

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 Entre aquí para español One of our own, world-renowned writer Isabel Allende, speaks about the empowerment of women, their resilience, and their indispensable value in creating a different world.  She speaks about the fearlessness, determination, passion, and strength of women all around the world.  “Feminism is dated?!” she recalls exclaiming after her daughter tells her […]

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By Martha Hernandez National Latin@ Research Center on Family and Social Change I had the privilege to spend three wonderful days in the company of many powerful and inspiring Latin@ scholars and researchers.  This gathering was an opportunity to reaffirm the reasons that I am so proud to be a Latin@ and proud of my […]

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The third and final day of the institute really made an impact on us.  Ruby White Starr’s keynote address moved people to tears, as she narrated her experience with a traumatic past, her journey to rebuilding her and her family’s life, and her success amid turbulence.  Jessica Estrada and Katie Gambach explored the use of […]

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