Stories with 'women’s history month' tag

This ‘madrina’ is creating a community for Miami’s women entrepreneurs

Gaby Guzman created Las Comadres in an effort to bring Miami women entreprneurs together in an engaging space.

/ March 18, 2019


This Miami-raised entrepreneur is looking to shake up the fashion industry with a feminist focus

Miami native, Melissa Lorenzo-Hervé, took a leap of faith to start her own business. Now she’s the CEO, creative director and co-founder of Pirouette.

/ March 13, 2019


International Women’s Day Pop-up Fair

In celebration of International Women’s Day, United Way Women United will host its very first Pop-Up Fair featuring gifts, handcrafted accessories, bites and more from 15 local women-owned small businesses. Guests will enjoy music from Girls Make Beats and live performances from agencies that support women and girls issues, including Mind & Melody. Proceeds will […]

/ February 25, 2019


Here’s what women are facing this legislative session

“Miami Workers Center, NLIRH FL Latina Advocacy Network, Florida Immigrant Coalition, Florida Planned Parenthood Alliance, Tallahassee FL NOW, ACLU of Florida, Women’s March Florida, We Are Florida and more brought activists together from across the state to fight for equal rights in celebration of International Women’s Day. 📷 Florida Immigrant Coalition March 8 is International […]

/ March 7, 2019


Three women of color overlooked in SoFlo history

As we started digging during women’s history month into the stories of those who helped to shape the Magic City, we noticed that pretty much all the women getting shoutouts were white. So we asked you for suggestions of women who the history books missed.

/ April 1, 2018