It is International Women’s Month and we are here to celebrate our ladies, bellas, theys & thems, our mamas, our Amigas, and ourselves. It is a new age where we are able to be proud to be strong independent jefas making our way through the world and taking up space!
Since it is February, we are seeing a lot of Valentine’s day related content. Love is in the air and it should be very much celebrated. We also have another thing that we should be celebrating which is Black History month.
As we get closer to the holiday season, we want to celebrate and bring awareness to our ingenuous friends and family. Since the best things come in threes, here are three categories of books, businesses, and artists.
On November first and second is when some of us in the Latinx community celebrate the Day of the Dead or as we know it, Dia de los Muertos. It is a holiday that is celebrated in Mexico and throughout Latin America, where the living are able to reunite with their loved ones who have passed.
We know how important it is to feel and be successful but a lot of people don't tell us how to get there. We have compiled a list of actions you can take when preparing yourself on the road to success.
As the publishing industry is trying to get more diverse, we at Yas Mija thought we can show you all some amazing must-read books by Latinx writers.
I celebrate Pride because, at least to me, it is a chance for me to be able to express myself without concerns.
As we stand by Black lives and all that is happening we wanted to share some
Calladita te ves más bonita. A familiar phrase that is often heard by a Spanish speaking parent wanting their child to quiet down.....