Wonder Women Leadership

Image courtesy of http://wonderwomanfilm.com Wonder Woman film releasing June 2017.

Wonder Woman was popularized by DC comics in the 1940′s during WWII. She was a woman warrior with power and strength encouraging women to work and support the war effort. Wonder Woman was one of the first icons depicting women as leaders who fought for what was right and just. Now it is time for wonder women leadership.

The Art of Expectation

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Writer explores the moment in her life when she was expecting a new life inside of her.

Why I’m Not Panicking … Yet.

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Marcela Davison Avilés shares her reflection after the 2016 election results in her latest Op-Ed essay appropriately titled “Why I’m Not Panicking … Yet.”

Dia de Los Muertos – A time of power, reflection, and celebration

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We are extremely honored to feature Juana Bordas as Modern Latina’s #LoveYourLife contributor. Juana is the author of two award winning books: Salsa, Soul, and Spirit: Leadership for a Multicultural Age and The Power of Latino Leadership. Juana shares the spiritual significance of Latinas connecting to our antepasados and the power of our ancestry.

Coming to Terms with Mexican Feminism in the Kitchen

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Exploration of Mexican feminism through the lens of food, cooking, and consumption.

Appreciation of Things Past

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In her latest Op-Ed essay for Modern Latina, Marcela Davison Avilés recalls family ancestry and American history to provide context for the nation’s current focus on the ownership of identity, heritage and folklore.

We Will Meet Again at the Rainbow Bridge

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After the loss of a pet takes it takes time to heal your heart. I am sharing a special poem entitled “We Will Meet Again at the Rainbow Bridge” that helped me when I lost my beloved fur babies.

Make Sure YOU Run the Day

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Arie Rose is finishing up a B.A Degree from SJSU, the co-host of Bay Area local show “Al Dia Con Leticia Mendoza” and most importantly a mother, she shares how she makes sure she runs the day.

#BlackLatinxHistory Highlights Afro-Latinos Who Changed History

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Learn more about Juliana Pache inspired to start #BlackLatinxHistory – a hashtag to celebrate Latinos who are also part of the African diaspora and 10 Afro-Latinos who changed history.

What I Learned From 10 Years of Blogging

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Founder of Modern Latina, Linda Castillo shares the top 6 things she has learned from 10 years of blogging.