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Miriam Cruz is a native of Mexico and Founder of Miriam Speaks. Born into poverty, she migrated to the United States when she was four years old. She faced violence and neglect as a child which led to many other challenges as she got older. Those challenges include dropping out of high school, spending time in the juvenile justice system, and struggling as a single mother, and later diagnosed with postpartum depression. Gratefully, however, Miriam began to work on her personal development and began her healing journey. Miriam began sharing her story in 2019 and later started her women empowerment coaching program, Limitless. Her mission is to teach women how to use their past to fuel their future and to live a life without limits. In the six-week coaching program, Miriam teaches women to enhance their confidence, release limiting beliefs, develop healthy boundaries, love themselves, and take massive immediate action. As a result of working with Miriam, women enhance their confidence and achieve their personal and professional goals. Website: https://miriamspeaks.com/ Instagram : @miriam.speaks LinkTree






"I want everyone to live in an environment where they are free to Love their authentic Self and release any self limiting beliefs. " Miriam Cruz
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Chicana inc recently sat down with Norma to talk about life and motherhood.

Norma was born and raised in Nogales Az a small border town. Her parents were immigrants from Mexico with no education. Her father taught himself English by studying late at night . His determination for a better future was instilled into Norma. She skipped play dates and studied books and watched Sesame Street to be able to learn English.


Norma was the first in her family to obtain a degree in social work . She worked in social work for six years and advocated for low-income families . Norma created and developed a low income housing plan that helped families obtain income and housing stability . The housing program Vida Nueva obtained a presidential award .


Norma transitioned to being a stay at home Mom of two toddlers. She continues to dream big knowing that she can instill those same values in her children, to also dream big . Norma has an Etsy shop where she creates trendy Mom tees and recovery statement Tees.






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Updated: Jan 5




So grateful to have Writer, Producer, Director Kayden Phoenix join me on Cafecito and Conversation.

Kayden Phoenix is a Chicana Writer and Director from Boyle Heights, California. Upon entering the industry, the first thing she noticed was the industry dominated standard- complete with character generalizations. In response, she became a huge advocate for diversity both in front and behind the camera, giving a voice to stories untold. She plans on evening the playing field for the under-represented through her unique and diverse filmmaking.

She became a huge advocate for diversity both in front and behind the camera, giving a voice to stories untold. She plans on evening the playing field for the under-represented through her unique and diverse filmmaking.


Join us with a cup of coffee as we talk about her series of graphic novels. There are 5 Latina Superheros: Jalisco,Santa, Ruca, Loquita, Bandita. Each one has a social justice mission they battle. Jalisco & Santa are for sale.


Will be posting links to join us once we go live.






Connect with Kayden!!

https://phoenixstudios.co















https://www.instagram.com/jaliscosuperhero/






https://www.instagram.com/LatinaSuperHeroes/

https://latinasuperheroes.com









https://chicanadirectorsinitiative.org/







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Chingona 101

Who is a Chingona? noun.

1. a Spanish slang term. Google it. 

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