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Author Archive for: Victoria Arena
About Victoria Arena
Victoria Arena is a writer and student, passionate about writing, literature, and women's studies. She is bilingual, fluent in both English and Spanish. In 2017, she received her Associates in Fine Arts for Creative Writing from Brookdale Community College. Now, she is working toward her Bachelor's in English Literature at Montclair State University. Along with literature, Victoria is interested in Gender and Sexuality Studies, which she is pursuing as a minor, focusing closely on women's issues, gender inequality, and LGBT issues. These studies provide her with a feminist lens, which influences her work from both fiction to academic writings.
Entries by Victoria Arena
NBCU Academy and NBC News Studios together named seven groundbreaking filmmakers for the first inaugural Original Voices fellowship who will each receive $45,000 in grants and a one-year fellowship to support their feature-length nonfiction films in all stages of production.
Touching on body positivity, ethnic and racial inclusion, and LGBTQ+ representation and visibility, Jose Forteza delved into how the media can support Latinas and other minority women entrepreneurs and be more inclusive of their stories.
Don’t miss the next session of the Latino Business Action Network virtual 6-part series supported by Bank of America, “Resources That Matter.” This upcoming session is a continuation of last month’s conversation on capital access and financial resources.
The 2021 Women Entrepreneurs Empowerment Summit (WEES) was a day full of inspiration and empowerment. With inspiring guest speakers, panels from industry leaders, and interactive deep-dive workshops, the event centered on giving entrepreneurs the tools to THRIVE! post-pandemic.
Recently, the newly released film adaption of Lin Manuel Miranda’s Broadway musical–In the Heights–has received some controversy regarding the film’s casting choices and lack of dark-skinned Afro-Latinx actors, with critics citing colorism as the root cause of the inaccurate representation of the historic NYC neighborhood.
You’ve probably heard the term “burnout” used over and over again in the workplace, especially after this past year. The popular buzzword sometimes is used flippantly or interchangeably to describe feeling “stressed out” at work, but it’s more than just usual stress.
The 2020 – 2021 Latina Leaders Awards Ceremony and reception, broadcasted live from New York City, saw 12 influential Latina Leaders from the past year honored for their success as entrepreneurs and community leaders.
Earlier this month, on the centennial of the Tulsa Race Massacre, the Biden-Harris Administration unveiled their plan to build black wealth and narrow the racial wealth gap in the United States. A history of systemic racism in the United States has contributed to the large wealth gap that people of color currently face. Systemic racism, […]
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