The Sip & Shop Rooftop event will be honoring Latina owned businesses with giveaways, drinks and more.
Author - Kayla Gonzalez
Kayla Gonzalez is a writer who lives in California and mentors young minds. She has a degree in journalism from St. John’s university and is working on writing her first fiction novel. Kayla is an educator, journalist, traveler, creative writer and a pizza enthusiast.
Ramona Gardens is one of the oldest projects in Los Angeles, but the community still loves it.
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Don't let the pandemic outside stop you from finding things to do.
What makes this group special is that it adheres to women, and women only.
From identity to inequality to race relations, we have something for everyone.
The event is one of many upcoming discussions regarding Latinos and COVID-19.
The mother-daughter duo will also donate 10% of profits to the indigenous people of Mexico
"The Extra Mile" is an ongoing column spotlighting businesses that are giving back to the community during COVID-19.
"The Extra Mile" is a new column spotlighting businesses that are giving back to the community during COVID-19.
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There's something for everyone at Tacos Don Goyo.
Start the New Year off by giving to others.
"The Posada" will return for its 4th year and raise money for a good cause.
Being a part of the Latinx community is something we can celebrate.
Latinx21 gives you the opportunity to connect with others in the Latinx community.
La Victima was created during the height of the Chicano Movement and the Chicano Theater Movement.
Celebrate the 6th Annual Olvera Street Muertos Artwalk
Mi Vida’s retail philosophy is to provide the Los Angeles Chicanx community with an outlet for expression