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Chicana feminism BELatina Latinx

Let’s Talk About Chicana Feminism and How We Might Apply It Today

As we navigate the turbulent waters of today's inequality, it is perhaps prudent to cast an eye back in history and look at other...
BELatina Best of the Week Feminism

BELatina’s Best of the Week: Feminism, Books, Essays, And Much More!

TGIF! Another week goes by, and we still can't believe how fast this year is going by. These last few days have been fantastic if we're...
Books on Feminism BELatina Latinx

Five Essential Books on Feminism That You Should Read

"One is not born a woman. One becomes one," wrote existentialist philosopher Simone de Beauvoir in her seminal work on feminism, "The Second Sex."...
gender equality Feminism Covid BELatina

Feminism and the Coronavirus: A Debate on Leadership in Times of Crisis

It seems that the month of March lasted 100 days, and with it went all the political and social debates not related to the...
Harvey Weinstein Feminism

What Is the Future of Feminism After the Weinstein Sentence?

These past four years have been so tumultuous, it seems like a decade ago when a handful of brave women broke their silence and...

Another Side of Feminism in Art: “Not a Women-Only Initiative”

The whole world saw this weekend how the feminist movement is still fighting for equality far from being consolidated. After countries like Mexico, Chile, Turkey,...
Q&A With Puerto Rican Artist Villano Antillano: She’s Not An Artist, She’s A Movement belatina latine

Q&A With Puerto Rican Artist Villano Antillano: She’s Not An Artist, She’s A Movement

The skyrocketing Puerto Rican artist Villano Antillano is here for the throne. On December 2, she finally released her long-awaited debut album ‘LA SUSTANCIA...
Latinas and Black Women Were Celebrated at The Women's Convention BeLatina News latine

Latinas and Black Women Were Celebrated at This Year’s Women’s Convention

The Women’s Convention has come a long way since the 1800s.  On July 19, 1848, an estimated 300 people gathered in the Wesleyan Chapel in...
BELatina Best of the Week Amara La Negra

BELatina’s Best of the Week: Carlos Santana, Amara La Negra, And More

Señoras y señores, it's finally Friday! I know we live in an eternal ambivalence between the panic of time passing too quickly and the longing...
Chicano Studies BELatina Latinx

These Are the Major Universities That Offer Chicano Studies, and Their Work Is More...

In many communities, there is a history of ethnic studies programs, particularly Mexican-American and Chicano Studies programs. In K-12 schools, these programs are being...
BELatina Best Week Ceci Bastida Latinx

BELatina’s Best of the Week: Financial Education, the Trejos Sisters, Ceci Bastida, and More

Dear readers, we are not going to lie to you — this has been a tough week. The accumulated fatigue and our tenacity in...
Aquí Me Quedo/Here I Stay BELatina Latinx

‘Aquí Me Quedo/Here I Stay,’ an Exhibition of Two Latina Printmakers With a Feminist...

One of the most fertile arenas for feminist debate and reflection has always been the visual arts. From the self-referentiality of Frida Kahlo to...