Frances Solá-Santiago

The actress stars as a genetically modified mom on ABC's series The Crossing.
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People En Español's HOT Study shows that 70 percent of Hispanic women are striving for well-rounded careers in addition to motherhood.
Café con Libros is a bookstore and café that seeks to preserve the Afro-Caribbean heritage of Crown Heights, Brooklyn and help dwarf the tide of gentrification. Its owner Kalima DeSuze gives us the inside scoop.
Women spend an average of $1,300 more than men for essential products. You won't believe the items you are being charged more for.
Six month after Hurricane Maria wreaked havoc on Puerto Rico, six Boricuas based in New York City reflect on the devastating day the storm hit and the future of the island.
In an interview with the New York Times, the prisoner and opposition leaderLeopoldo López says the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela motivates him to speak out, even if it means going back to jail.
The Colombian heartthrob, who's forthcoming album, F.A.M.E. will drop sometime this spring,  talks about the inspiration behind his third single "El Préstamo's" music video and tour.
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Two PEOPLE CHICA writers take on a money diary challenge and learn from a financial planner how to improve their economic well-being.
From Penelope Cruz to Zoe Saldana, Hispanics have made history with their incredible performances and jaw-dropping gowns.
The Oscars don't have a great reputation for nominating and center-staging Latino talent, but this year, animated hit Coco, which stars a majority of Latino actors, nabbed two nominations and Gael García Bernal will perform “Remember Me” from the hit at the Oscars.
The Latina Love Project profiles the lives of women — mothers, daughters, sisters — who often sacrifice their self-care in their struggle to balance and care for family, friends, and work. In this series sponsored by Ford, we spotlight their struggles and triumphs and learn how they create time for their them. These must-read self-care books will transform your life and help you realize your dreams.
I actively seek out moments to be alone, but I am terrible at it. Here's why.
Seeking out representation in entertainment and media is a vital form of self-care. Here we see a young Puerto Rican journalist chronicle her journey to self-love and self-affirmation by seeking out role Latina models like Jennifer Lopez, Rita Moreno and more.
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Simple changes can help you improve your overall state of mind and being.
Amara La Negra has become the breakout star of Love and Hip Hop Miami by using the platform to break down stereotypes, challenge racist views and raise the profile of Afro-Latinas.
The Latina Love Project profiles the lives of women — mothers, daughters, sisters — who often sacrifice their self-care in their struggle to balance and care for family, friends, and work. In this series sponsored by Ford, we spotlight their struggles and triumphs and learn how they create time for their themselves.
A new report by the Public Rights/Private Conscience Project reveals women of color are more at risk of limited health and reproductive care from Catholic institutions.
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As more people forgo their annual flu shots and ignore health precautions, the 2018 season could get worse, especially for the Latino community.
A new Bechdel test by FiveThirtyEight reveals Latina characters are mostly uneducated, accented, and sexualized.
Writer Tanya Saracho will be bringing the the Bruja Movement to television soon.