Latinitas Announce Weeklong Blog-A-Thon
Calling all Latina bloggers to celebrate Women’s History Month! The nonprofit organization, Latinitas, is hosting a Blog-A-Thon March 1st-5th on www.MyLatinitas.com for the creative girls who want to #SpeakOut and share their creative voice during Women’s History Month. Each day will have a different blog topic.
Expressing themselves through writing is one of the best ways to incorporate their voice and show that Latina voices matter. Young Latinas are the largest group of minority girls and the fastest growing youth population in the United States, six times faster than their peers. Despite the power in numbers, the image and voice of Latinas is absent or often distorted in media. Women are often quieted from letting their true colors shine through their creativity.It’s time for Latinas to come together and share their creativity and show that Latinas will be a part of mainstream media.
To get involved, bloggers are invited to create an account at MyLatinitas.com or submit their work to email@example.com. Prizes (gift cards) will be awarded to the to first, second, and third place blogueras who contribute high quality content. Blogs from the blog-a-thon will be eligible for publication in LatinitasMagzine.com or in an anthology to be released in 2017.
March 1: Tell us what you are doing to help future generations of Latinas succeed! Whether you’re a first generation college student setting a standard for siblings or volunteering in your community, show us what you contribute.
March 2: Who runs this? Girls! #WCW more like #WCE Spotlight a Latina woman who has changed your life and/or history.
March 3: The “F” Word: What does feminism and/or being a feminist mean to you?
March 4: I am a chica poderosa because _____________! Give advice on how to others can be chicas poderosas just like you.
March 5: As a future Latina hero, what would you like to be known for?
Providing forums and programs to capture this voice, Latinitas, (www.latinitasmagazine.org) empowers Latina girls and teens using media and technology. Latinitas is prompting girls nationwide with some “hot topic” blog ideas to get their feedback on the big issues they face today.