The 30th Annual Latina History Day Conference is an event that will unite Latinas from across the United States to celebrate our shared heritage, recognize our communities' resilience, and set us on a the path to build a better future. Latina History Day was founded in Los Angeles, but in 2021 we're going virtual and expanding our reach to Latinas everywhere.
Our March 10-12 programming is specifically designed to meet the needs of Latina professionals; offering resources, skill development, and networking opportunities to advance their careers and enrich their lives. On March 13, we'll dedicate the conference to youth-exclusive programming. In addition to inspiring keynotes and informative panels, we'll have virtual face-to-face networking sessions, access to our Comadre Network Expo, exclusive raffles, special guest appearances y mucho más!
This year's theme - THE RESILIENCE OF HOPE - encourages us to reflect on the incredible resilience and leadership of Latinas during the past year, and to embark on a new chapter guided by hope and progress. Join us and get re-charged and resolved for an incredible 2021 with fellow Latina professionals and speakers who are leading the charge in their fields and creating positive change in their communities.
DAY 1 | Wednesday, March 10
Inspire Through Art & Culture
DAY 2 | Thursday, March 11
DAY 3 | Friday, March 12
Empower Your Career & Community
DAY 4 | Saturday, March 13
Poet • Educator • Performer
Cultural Strategist • Entrepreneur • Thought Leader • CEO & Co-Founder of Suma Wealth
Journalist • Multimedia Storyteller
Digital Director for O, The Oprah Magazine • Author
Workshop Information Coming Soon!
HOPE Affiliates include non-profit organizations, small businesses, or individual groups of people who come together to form a partnership with HOPE in support of Latinas.
Affiliates receive discounted ticket pricing and other perks!
LATINA FUTURE HISTORY MAKERS
The Latina Future History Maker awards are presented in partnership with the Estée Lauder Companies to five Latina college students working to make an impact in their communities through involvement in activities/projects, advancing in an academic field, or pioneering groundbreaking research or inventions. Applications are due February 17, 2021.