Whether you’re looking to celebrate your Latin culture or want to become more educated on the issues that affect Latinx individuals in the world, make it a daily inclusion. Here are some groups and organizations to follow on Instagram for profiles, resources, and more.
Latinas Poderosas – @latinaspoderosas
About: Latinas Poderosas celebrates Latin women, past and present, and encourages Latinas to stay connected with culture, language, and history.
Mujeristas Collective – @mujeristasco
About: Mujeristas Collective is a platform and art collective that uplifts the voice of women of color and Latinas. They hold community events and publish zines to showcase the work of women around the world.
Latinx Therapy – @latinxtherapy
About: Latinx Therapy works toward destigmatizing mental health in the Latinx community. They offer resources for Latinx therapists, community events, and other important discussions on their bilingual platform.
Voto Latino – @votolatino
About: Voto Latino provides resources, events, and important public information regarding voting in the upcoming election.
Nalgona Positivity Pride – @nalgonapositivitypride
About: Nalgona Positivity Pride is a great resource for support regarding eating disorder awareness, weight stigma, and body liberation in Black, Indigenous, communities of color.
Latinx Parenting – @latinxparenting
About: Latinx Parenting offers a platform to discuss trauma-based behaviors, ways to parent with love and support, and resources for generational healing.
#WeAllGrow Latina – @weallgrowlatina
About: We All Grow highlights stories of Latinas and provides resources for Latina entrepreneurs, artists, and businesses.
The Afro Latin Diaspora – @theafrolatindiaspora
About: The Afro Latin Diaspora works toward redefining AfroLatinidad and decolonizing the concept of Latinidad.
Blactina – @blactina
About: Blactina is a platform that amplifies Afro-Latinx and Afro-Caribbean stories and people.
Remezcla – @remezcla
About: Remezcla is a media platform that shares stories of current Latin culture and events. Their stories highlight anything from music to food to lifestyle.
Ain’t I Latina – @aintilatina
About: Ain’t I Latina highlights Afro-Latinas through community events and discussions, profiles, and news.
Chulita Vinyl Club – @chulitavinylclub
About: Chulita Vinyl Club “utilizes music and vinyl as a form of resistance against the erasure of culture” and acts as a safe space for people of color of all sexualities and genders.
Las Fotos Project – @lasfotosproject
About: Las Fotos uses photography to inspire and empower girls as they explore their identity.
Luz Collective – @theluzcollective
About: The Luz Collective creates content and provides a community for Latinas to share stories, participate in programs, and utilize helpful resources.