This year, LatinaMedia.Co’s co-founders, Cristina Escobar and Nicola Schulze, attended the Sundance Film Festival in snowy Park City. It’s the ultimate gathering of Hollywood storytellers, stars, and fans. On Main Street, deals are made, stars mingle supplying the occasional selfie, and everyone’s a little high, thanks to the altitude. We were encouraged to see so […]
For the last issue of TheLatinaPress, we celebrate talented Latina writers whose powerful stories resonate with our community’s heartbeat.
Fall into Heritage Month and beyond in TheLatinaPress Nº30, celebrating Latina journalists across the industry.
TheLatinaPress Nº29: celebrates the last of summer film season and what we did and didn’t accomplish during the warmest months of the year.
We can’t help but feel a little ambivalent about “Hispanic Heritage Month” and our co-founders are here to help you untangle it all.
Barbie isn’t the only one making headlines in #TheLatinaPress Nº28. This hot labor summer, we’re also covering strikes, soccer, and more.
Like it or not, Greta Gerwig’s movie has everyone asking, who is Barbie? And every feminist asking, do we like her now?
As studios try to control and exploit their (newly women, POC, WOC) staff, LatinaMediaCo co-founders talk why they’re supporting the strike.
While we mourn the Supreme Court’s recent regressive rulings in #TheLatinaPress, we won’t let the backlash stop us.
#TheLatinaPress is covering LALIFF, la mente, and Pride this month, proving once again just how diverse and beautiful our community is.