#BlackLatinxHistory Highlights Afro-Latinos Who Changed History

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

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

Powerball Lottery Craze

The Powerball Lottery jackpot is at $1.5 billion for the 1/13/16 drawing. Did you buy your lucky ticket yet?

7 Things a New Dad Needs to Know About His Spouse After the Baby’s Birth

As a dad welcomes his first birth child, change will hit the household. Luis Velasquez has 7 that the dad needs to know about his spouse.

How A Brazilian Graffiti Artist Is Empowering Women Around The World

Panmela Castro is speaking out through her art to combat Brazil’s high rates of violence against women.

I Am… Yo Soy Latina!!!

Powerful and beautiful poem “I Am…Yo Soy Latina!!” submitted by our reader Christal Clonts-Cortanza, a proud Puerto Rican and Dominican from Atlanta, Georgia.

Caring for Your Loved Ones with Alzheimer’s: The Story of Gerardo

June marks Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month and we are sharing a touching story about Gerardo Joven who was diagnosed at the early age of 50. His daughters share their experience caring for their father with Early – Onset Alzheimer’s Disease.

Si Se Escribe

In response to a recent Op-Ed “To all the young journalists asking for advice….” by Felix Salmon at the Fusion network, our writer offers some words of encouragement to the aspiring Latino journalists out there and reminds us of the important role that journalism has in our society.

You Can Do WHATEVER You Want

Exploration of the idea of feminism and what that means to women today. As women we can do whatever we want.

I Cried at Work, Now What?

Have you ever been pushed to the point where you breakdown and cry at work? I have and I want to let you know that it’s okay. It happens to the best of us.