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Kenia Maravilla Oct 20
I became a US citizen in January of this year and feel so proud to have voted in my first general election, on the first day of early vote alongside my family while wearing my Planned Parenthood t-shirt!
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Liz Rebecca Alarcón Aug 13
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Mari Urbina 26 Sep 17
Watch out, GOP. The resistance is strong and flipping turf all over.
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Jocelyn A Loza 22h
My identity is a superpower -- not an obstacle | on . Check out this episode it's also my story.
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Natalie Montelongo 🐺 Nov 12
We've received a surge of orders post-elections, w notes full of hope&dreams. From Congress to local seats, we've created our own seat at the table. It's a door that we've pushed open, & will continue to work to hold open for generations to come
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Lupe Valdez 4 Aug 18
Honored to have met this intelligent and accomplished young woman, Giselle Gomez, scholarship recipient of the 2017 Miss Reina Latina San Antonio!
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Sarah Audelo 7 Nov 17
Why make history with one Latina when we can make history with TWO?!
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Mayra Macías 26 Sep 17
FLORIDA WELCOME YOUR NEWEST STATE SENATOR ✊🏽✊🏽✊🏽
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Najaah Daniels Jul 25
Honored to join (formerly Wellstone Action) as Principal of Public & Political Leadership - continuing to offer a different narrative of who is a leader, who participates in politics, and what outcomes are fought for. Let’s build!
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Martin Heinrich 9 Mar 18
From civil rights leaders Dolores Huerta & Graciela Olivárez to Ambassador Mari-Luci Jaramillo, Latinas in NM helped write economic, social, & cultural story and continue to inspire the next generation of Latina leaders.
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Alexandra Sep 25
Saturday night was so emotional for me. I was honored to receive the Estrella Award by . It means so much coming from my peers and being in a room full of my mentors. I’m also so thankful that my cohorts were there for support
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Jessica Andino 19 May 18
And just like that, my undergraduate career has come to a close. This degree is not only mine, it’s my parent’s, family’s, godparent’s, and mentor’s who I am lucky that God put in my path to make this moment possible forever
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Vanessa Valdivia Aug 13
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Monica Garcia E. 6 Nov 17
For working-class Latino kids, @JuanitaForMayor's story is aspirational & inspirational My op-ed:
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Terry Bermea Oct 24
Growing up I didn’t see very many women that looked like me running for office. Thankfully these two Latinas are some of the many changing that for the next generation. Proud to be on and ! Let’s gooo!
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Luigi Guadarrama 14 Oct 17
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Daiquiri Ryan, Esq. ⭐️ Feb 7
Hey fam, check out my new OpEd on how the Latino threatens the success of the 2020 census and our future voting power.
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Kristin Lynch Feb 8
Happy Friday y’all! this queen - one of the kindest, smartest, feistiest people I know. “Tho she be but little, she is fierce.” 👸🏻❤️✊🏼
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Arturo Alonzo 20 Jan 18
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Christiana Ho Aug 13
🎉 CONGRATS !!!! is so lucky to have such an incredible leader 🙌🏽🌟🔥
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