Today is #TransgenderDayOfRemembrance. #DidYouKnow that trans Latina women have been at the heart of the #LGBTQ+ rights movement since its inception? Trans Latina activist Sylvia Rivera was one of the leaders of the #Stonewall marches. Art: corazonconleche & dizzyfrankk on IG.
Grateful to have been a guest on @nbclx to share more about the rapidly growing #BrownWall of Latinos who turned the tide in this election. More and more, we’re seeing that our people are demanding change in the face of COVID-19, and the election results are proof.
The Virtual Hispanic Jam continues! Join us for day 2 of this one of a kind event where you have the opportunity to engage in text-based conversations with Hispanic leaders and community allies on key topics for our community.
History has been made today - @joebiden has been elected President of the United States, with @kamalaharris serving as the first Black, Asian American, female vice president in our nation’s history. Americans turned out in record numbers to make their voices heard at the polls 🇺🇸
🗣️Latinos are turning out y'all.
Over 8 million Latinos have already voted. At this point in 2016, 3.8 million Latinos had voted. We have more than doubled turnout.
There is still time to get your family & friends out to vote. Check in on your ppl, offer to help y pa'lante!
For our second episode of The Momento, our founder @HenryRMunozIII held a fitting conversation with the former mayor of San Antonio and 2020 presidential candidate @JulianCastro to talk about his the future of the Latino community after the 2020 election.
Today is #ElectionDay. We are proud of the Latinx community, nuestra comunidad, for showing up at the polls and making our voices heard this election. We started fighting for our rights long ago. No matter the results of this election - our work has just begun.
#ElectionDay is tomorrow, but our effort to make the voices of the #Latinx community heard began long ago. Que se oiga nuestra voz, representa a nuestra increíble comunidad Latinx. Tu voto cuenta - #votaconmigo and help us make history on Election Day. Juntos podemos más!
Today's #MomentoMinute is on Jean Michael Basquiat, the legendary artist who hailed from New York and was of Puerto Rican and Haitian descent. In his work, he addressed racial inequality, informing conversations we have about these issues even today.
#GetOnYourFeet with icons @gloriaestefan, @doloreshuerta, @zoesaldana, @jessicaalba, @RobinNYC, @ginatorres, @rosariodawson, @JustinaMachado, @everythingloria, @JordanaBrewster, @barrazaadriana, @IsabelLeonardNY, @genirodriguez, @HenryRMunozIII & @KyleFerariMunoz 💃🏾 #MomentoOnCBS
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