As we continue to physically distance to slow the spread of COVID-19, HOPE remains committed to creating space for Latinas to connect and feel empowered. That's why we launched a monthly HOPE at HOME webinar series: free virtual programs to help keep you informed, engaged, and supported by community. ⁣

UPCOMING EVENTS

THE AFRO-LATINA EXPERIENCE

THURSDAY, JULY 23 

9am PT / 11am CT / 12pm ET

As part of HOPE’s commitment to standing with the Black Lives Matter movement and to challenging racist systems and structural inequities that have been lain bare by the COVID-19 pandemic, we are hosting the first of many conversations on race – starting with the often erased Afro-Latina Experience. Join us on Thursday July 23rd at 9am PST/12pm EST for an important discussion with industry and community leaders on identity, representation and the experience of being afro-descendent in the Latino community.

PAST EVENTS

THE STATE OF LATINA TEENS: A VIRTUAL YOUTH TOWN HALL

TUESDAY, JUNE 30

3pm PT / 5pm CT / 6pm ET

In a briefing style format, learn about the current status of Latina Teens in California from the experts - Latina teens themselves. This peer-to-peer briefing, led by the participants of HOPE’s Youth Leadership Program, will examine and explore solutions to the pressing issues impacting California Latina Adolescents. This virtual Youth Town Hall will pay special attention to the impact that COVID-19 is having on young people now and into the future.

COPING AND CONNECTING THROUGH MINDFULNESS

FRIDAY, MAY 29

10 AM PT / 12 PM CT / 1 PM ET

HOPE hosted a conversation about Latinas, mental health and coping through difficult times with special guest Adriana Alejandre, LMFT, founder of Latinx Therapy. This 60-minute session explored mindfulness techniques to help you cope and build resilience. We will also addressed key facts about Latinas and mental health.

LATINA ACTION DAY

JUNE 10, 11 & 12 | 9:30 -10:00 AM PST

HOPE hosted our annual public policy issues conference: the virtual 26th Annual Latina Action Day! We brought together California's top thought-leaders and experts to discuss California's State Budget Crisis, the Future of Latina Education, and the Future of California's Economic & Workforce Recovery - diving into the impact of COVID-19 from the Latina perspective. Learn more.

HOPE is a non-profit, non-partisan, organization committed to ensuring political and economic parity for Latinas through leadership, advocacy and education to benefit all communities and the status of women.

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