GIRLS ONLY

Welcome to our digital magazine for girls 11-13 only! We have a section for every Latina girls’s needs from advice to fashion, school tips to entertainment, health to beauty and interviews to poetry. We are a magazine by Latina girls, for Latina girls! This is your space to express yourself. If you want to have your writing or art featured on our pages, send us your submission and get published. If you have an idea for an article, just send us a message. Check out these recent stories by Latinitas just like you.

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Latina Activists: Huerta, Sor Juana and Anzaldúa

Learn more about these Latina activists: Dolores Huerta Huerta is a labor leader and civil rights activist who was an early member of the National Farmworkers Association, which later became the United Farm Workers (UFW). Huerta was the daughter of Juan Fernandez, a miner, farmer worker, union activist, and state assemblyman, and Alicia Chavez. Chavez raised… Read more

Fun Stuff for Girls

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Artistas Talentosas

These talented women have made significant contributions within the art world. Alexis Herrera Alexis Herrera is known for her diverse gothic paintings. Cuento de mis monsters is one of her outstanding galleries that emphasize anxiety, ordinary illusions of herself and her own version of mythological stories. She possesses an excellent technique at drawing and an outgoing… Read more

Get Real for Girls

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Chica Poderosa: Emily Hernandez

In our Chicas Poderosa series, we highlight the stories of chicas and what makes them poderosas! Meet Emily Hernandez, Spring 2016 Editorial Intern. When asked why she’s a chica poderosa, Emily shares: I am a chica poderosa because I’m proud of my Mexican roots, I’m independent, and I do everything I can to help the… Read more

Her History for Girls

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Career Spotlight: Director of Nemours Children’s Hospital

By Blair Beggan, Director of Communications for The Association of Air Medical ServicesMaria Fernandez, the Director of Nemours Children’s Hospital, has aced both personal and professional challenges to rise to her current position, but she wouldn’t change a thing. Her heritage and her culture only aid in the work she does today, and I was… Read more

Latina Beat for Girls

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Haunted: Legends of Our Past

One part of our culture is the leyendas or legends that are passed down throughout the time. As legends are passed through the grape vine each person, family, or even city has different versions of legends. Legends were once used to pass time or even scare children into behaving. Legends are an important part of… Read more

Your View for Girls

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Advice: Dealing with Anxiety, Bullying, and Shyness

Young Latinitas gave some advice on issues that may affect all of us at one time to another. We have all dealt with anxiety, bullying or being shy on certain occasions. We get it; we’ve all been there, and these girls are here to give some advice on some of these issues. Here’s what you can do if… Read more