Release of the Latina Portrait: Latinas and Economic Security- 10/09/14
The Latina Portrait, one in a series of research reports published by Mujeres examining the experience of Latinas in Illinois, highlights the unique issues faced by Latina low-wage workers and the barriers faced in obtaining economic security. The Latina Portrait is the first report of its kind to examine minimum wage, wage theft, and low-wage industries from the perspective of Latinas living in Illinois.
Men Can End Domestic Violence- 9/12/14
Mujeres Releases "Latina Portrait: Latinas and Sexual Assault"
Mujeres Latinas en Acción held a press conference for the release of Latina Portrait: Latinas and Sexual Assault, the latest in a series of reports tying pressing issues to Latinas’ experiences. Latina Portrait, written by Neusa Gaytan and Maralá Goode, focused specifically on Latina sexual assault survivors, the barriers they face, and the culturally appropriate services necessary for the recovery process.
Mujeres Celebrates 40th Anniversary in Style at Voces Unidas Gala
Mujeres raises awareness about heart attacks for at-risk Latinas
Mujeres Applauds the Reauthorization of VAWA
Mujeres Latinas en Acción congratulates the House of Representatives for passing an inclusive, comprehensive version of the Violence Against Women Act. The reauthorization includes protections for immigrant, LGBTQ, and Native American victims, and ensures that we don’t pick and choose which victims to help.