Confronting Intersectionality Building Dialogue Creating Change
Through the collection of intersectional narratives, we work to bring awareness, education and support services to women overlapping identities in continuing their empowerment.
We collect narratives to build educational and community
resources that empowers
Our priority is to build
social and human capacity through multicultural perceptions in understanding intersectionality.
Our community programs range from online educational supports, employment readiness and leadership development through personalized assessments and planning. Latina Voice empowers
community members across the U.S. with the tools necessary to achieve success in both the academic and corporate world.
Latina Voice strengthens the power of Latinas and all marginalized women, through narratives, research, education and services to confront intersectional barriers, build dialogue and create solutions for social change.
Latina Voice empowers Latinas and all marginalized women to tell their stories in sharing the all too common, dismissal of women voices when confronting social inequities. Our vision is to help create a movement of social change through research, education and community supports so, that all women from all backgrounds and identities are nurtured, empowered and accepted to achieve their true, full potential.
Our Core Values
Latina Voice is grounded in four core values: unity, inclusivity, education, and empowerment.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
So happy to learn about this space. To connect and share our own experiences. I knew I had to be part of it
Latina Voice is a powerful asset for women to reach one another, share their stories to heal or just to be heard
Our voices deserve to take up space, so that our voices may lead to healing and unity.
This safe platform allowed me to share my voice, and for that, I am grateful.
“ We are a society that has been structured from top to bottom by race. You don't get beyond that by deciding not to talk about it anymore. It will always come back; it will always reassert itself over and over again.”
Critical Race Theorist, Kimberle Crenshaw