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Category Archives: Community engagement

Register now for ¡Adelante! A virtual celebration of Latin@-led advocacy. This virtual series features amazing Latinas from the first Latinas to ever serve in the US House and US Senate to leading activists like Bamby Salcedo and Moníca Ramírez to inspirational artists like Yvette Modestin and Brown Badass Bonita’s Kim Guerra to media mavens like […]

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From our podcast, Conversations Over Cafecito, we bring you a collection of stories focusing on motherhood and fatherhood- the good, the challenging, and those that fall in between. Our staff and network will share moments of struggle, sadness, joy, and hope, which some may find difficult to hear. To listen to the complete Father’s Day […]

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Since April is Sexual Assault Awareness month, we wanted to take this opportunity and highlight a courageous Latina making a difference in the lives of sexual assault survivors and the community. We introduce to you Katia Santiago-Taylor. Katia Santiago-Taylor is the Boston Rape Crisis Center’s (BARCC’s) Advocacy and Legislative Affairs Manager. She advocates for systems-wide […]

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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, so we spoke with the mother of a family that has participated in our Fuerza Unida Amig@s program, and she told us how it impacted her husband, teenage daughters, and herself as a mother. The original interview was conducted in Spanish by Casa de Esperanza’s marketing intern, Deborah […]

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Written by: Sarah Fleming, MSW, Grants & Evaluation Coordinator, Casa de Esperanza I have been fortunate to work with amazing evaluators such as Dr. Josie Serrata and Dr. Rebecca Rodriguez at our National Latin@ Research Center on Family and Social Change and experienced Latin@ practitioners like Ivette Izea-Martinez in our community-based domestic violence prevention initiatives. […]

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By: Cassie Amundson-Muñoz, Community Engagement Communications Specialist, Casa de Esperanza With sunlight flooding into the collaborative work areas of the new administrative office for Casa de Esperanza in St. Paul, Minnesota, women who participate in the Fuerza Unida Amig@s initiative put the finishing touches on the altar they created for Día de los Muertos. On […]

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Written by: Jose Juan Lara, Jr., Project Manager, Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network Disasters, whether manmade or natural, affect entire communities regardless of an individual’s  age, immigration status, ability, faith practices, racial and/or ethnic identity, or gender identity. Current research on emergency preparedness systems consistently demonstrate minority communities are more vulnerable than others across […]

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We are planning to to develop a smartphone application to prevent intimate partner violence among young adult Latin@ immigrants. Recruitment will occur through web-based correspondence through the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities, listserve, newsletter, and personal outreach to develop a smartphone application to prevent intimate partner violence among young adult Latin@ immigrants. Opportunity […]

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Casa de Esperanza is part of the Domestic Violence Awareness Project, along with the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) and several other national partner organizations. The Domestic Violence Awareness Project (DVAP) supports the rights of all individuals, especially women and girls, to live in peace and dignity. The purpose of the DVAP is […]

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Written by: María Cristina Pacheco Alcalá, Project Manager, Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network In September 2017, Puerto Rico was impacted by hurricanes Irma and Maria. More than eight months later, efforts continue to restore electricity, repair homes, and restore public transportation and walk ways, among other things. Within this context, it is important to […]

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