Between daily tasks and indispensable routines to make sure the household does not crumble into chaotic cries of all who share the same roof over their heads including yourself, as women, we often put off so many things we want to accomplish four ourselves. This leaves many women feeling like they are not living their… Continue reading The biggest lie we tell ourselves
By: Angie Galván-Rodríguez “Mama, can we go back to Puerto Rico for our next family vacation?”, my twelve-year-old daughter asked me days before the school year began. I thought to myself, someone was already counting the days to our next vacation before school even started. “Yes, I think we can work that out” and I… Continue reading After the storm
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At the 2016 Lánzate Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico posing with fellow panelist Raquel from BoriquaChicks, Omilani founder of Latinegras and panel audience. I also had the honor to meet fellow Dominican and founder of the the Black Joy Project Kleaver Cruz.
What do we tell our Afro-Latino children now? As we enter a new era in USA after the 2016 presidential election, many Afro-Latino parents may feel a sense uncertainty about what is to come and how it may affect their children. The reality is, we do not have control of what our children may or… Continue reading What do we tell our Afro-Latino children now?