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New Tool Release By: Martha Hernández Martínez, MPA and María Cristina Pacheco Alcalá, M.Psy. Why did we do it? One of the great lessons we have learned from our advocates is that “a question is never asked for the sake of asking or to fill out a form, if we ask something it is to […]

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Hola Amig@s, I’ve always known how important the work of Casa de Esperanza is. In Minnesota and nationally, we partner with Latin@ communities to end gender-based violence, investing in our families and celebrating our strengths. The coronavirus hit the communities we relate to particularly hard – Latin@s are experiencing some of the highest rates of […]

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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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By: Olivia Garcia Ph.D. and Rosie Hidalgo JD,  Casa de Esperanza National Latin@ Network National Farmworker Awareness Week occurs during the last week of March (March 25-31) and is typically a time when national and local campaigns honor farmworkers who provide the nation with nutritious food while also raising awareness about the need to improve […]

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), and every year, Casa de Esperanza aims to raise awareness about domestic violence in connection with partners as a part of the Domestic Violence Awareness Project. As part of this project, national violence prevention organizations work to create unified messaging that will reach a wide audience, highlighting the […]

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Written by: María Cristina Pacheco-Alcalá, Project Manager, Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network September is Campus Safety Awareness Month and as such, we invite you to be a part of public conversation on issues related to violence prevention in colleges and universities. On 1986, Jeanne Clery, who was 19 years old, was raped and murdered […]

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Depending on what Latin American country you come from, Mother’s Day may have landed on May 10, May 12, or May 13 this year. Or some Latin American countries don’t celebrate in May at all – they celebrate in various months in the fall and winter. At Casa de Esperanza’s National Latin@ Network, we are […]

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Although recognizing impactful and intelligent women who have made significant, long-lasting change to culture, science, art, and social justice is important to recognizing March as Women’s History Month, we wanted to take a moment to also acknowledge powerful women who have made a deep impact in our personal lives, but maybe won’t be recognized by […]

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By: Martha Hernandez-Martinez, Program Research Manager, Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month and in commemoration Casa de Esperanza will offer a series of webinars on human trafficking throughout the month. The series will commence on January 10 with a presentation to share the results of the study A Scan […]

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On October 25, 2018, Dr. Julia Perilla, co-founder of Caminar Latino in Atlanta, Georgia, and the first director of Casa de Esperanza’s National Latin@ Research Center on Family and Social Change, passed away. Before her retirement in 2016, Julia was a clinical community psychologist and faculty member in the Psychology Department at Georgia State University […]

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