Virtual Programming

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About HOPE’s Virtual Programming

HOPE is committed to ensuring Latina leadership flourishes everywhere. We’re committed to bringing our informative and empowering workshops and opportunities to connect with fellow community members to more Latinas, without being bound by time or place. Enter our virtual programming! We offer several opportunities throughout the year to engage as a community online. Check back often to see our latest offerings and browse our past events to continue your learning.

Upcoming Events

Past Events

HOPE Hour: Gratitude as a Leadership Practice


This workshop will be led by a lisenced therapist who will speak about the importance of creating mindfulness practices in our daily routine and share mindfulness exercises.

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HOPE Hour: The Latino Century


Kicking off our series is Mike Madrid, the celebrated author of the upcoming book ‘The Latino Century.’ Mike shared his invaluable insights as a political strategist on the state of the Latino electorate and its impact on politics and democracy in the US.


HOPE Mid-Year Partner Briefing


On June 14, 2024, HOPE hosted a successful midyear update for our partners, showcasing our ongoing advocacy efforts, research, and upcoming events. The briefing provided an in-depth update on the status of our legislative package, budget advocacy, and highlighted opportunities for engagement to support policies that uplift Latinas across the state. Thank you to everyone who joined us for this important discussion and for your continued support in advancing HOPE’s mission.

Equity in Mental Health: A Statewide Poll of Black Women & Latinas Briefing


Black Women Organized for Political Action (BWOPA) and Hispanas Organized for Political Equality (HOPE)® discuss their historic statewide poll and report on the current state of mental health for Black and Latina women in California. The report and data aim to uplift challenges Black and Latina women face in accessing mental health care and their priorities for approaches to create greater equity in the provision of mental health care.

Coping and Connecting Through Mindfulness


This 60-minute session explored mindfulness techniques to help you cope and build resilience with Adriana Alejandre, LMFT, founder of Latinx Therapy. We will also address key facts about Latinas and mental health.

A Latina Youth Town-Hall on Race​


This candid conversation with young women leaders of color explores the role that race and gender identity play in health, education, the workplace, and civic life.  The panelists discuss the current state of affairs and how we can all contribute to the drafting of a new social contract that is equitable for all.

What do Californians Think About Race Relations​


Leaders from HOPE, CAUSE, Los Angeles Urban League, and Los Angeles Police Department discuss our statewide survey of California’s most prominent communities of color. The poll results give us insight into the attitudes of people of color around current issues including race relations, education, COVID-19, and the 2020 Elections. Learn how our diverse communities can work together toward common goals of equity and inclusion.

Together Against Hate: AAPI and Latina Leaders


A timely conversation with CAUSE Executive Director Nancy Yap and HOPE CEO Helen Torres – Together Against Hate. These leading women of color discuss how our Asian American Pacific Islander and Latinx communities can work together to address racism and inequity.

Beyond Allyship: How to be Anti-Racist in your Daily Life


A conversation with Undocumented and Black Immigrant Rights Activist Denea Joseph on what it means to be an ally to the Black Lives Matter movement and how we can go beyond allyship by taking action and being Anti-Racist in our daily lives.

The Afro-Latina Experience


A panel discussion with community leaders, advocates, and youth on identity, representation, and the experience of being an Afro-descendant woman in the Latino community. A wide array of voices and perspectives share their personal experiences with racism and discuss the long history of prejudice against Afro-Latinos in Latin America and the United States.


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