My name is Araceli Esparza, I’m the founder of a new organization called Midwest Mujeres. Our mission is to reduce the income inequalities for women. We are a mentorship program that connects, guides, and mentors Latinas and other Black and Brown women on business opportunities, online education, and presentation skills.
…We recently received the United Way micro-investment grant. This was a special distinction because as a new Latina lead organization, often we are not afforded the cosigning from established organizations…
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We have a couple of exciting things happening with Midwest Mujeres and our founder, Araceli Esparza. She will be facilitating a series of workshops on parenting and intersectionality in downtown Madison, WI. An upcoming workshop “Intersectional Parenting, Grounded in Social Justice” is a great place to start thinking about how to be a thoughtful parent and how to prepare your children to engage in diverse communities wholeheartedly throughout their lives. …
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With the recent United Way funding, Midwest Mujeres is hosting a blog hop for Latinas and Black women written by Latinas and Black women of Wisconsin. We want to hear from you about what has happened in Uvalde/Buffalo and the recent anti-abortion ruling. Tell us why it is important for you? From the perspective of a woman or human. We want to hear from you! The first 10 BIPOC women will be compensated $60 for their blog posts. Length should be about 300-500 words. Here is the link: https://forms.gle/KDirFxyXHcLeBiDWA