Lisa Vidal is recognized by millions as “Kara Lynch” from BET’s Being Mary Jane or most recently “Mari Garcia” in The Baker and the Beauty. However, others have been seeing her on screen for decades in shows like Chicago PD, Southland, Rosewood, Boston Legal, The Division, ER, and Third Watch, the list is long and … More AW Empowerment Series: Actress, Lisa Vidal Tells AW how She is Living Her Best Life
The year 2020 has changed everything around us. Society is forced to learn new ways of working, educating, entertaining, and connecting. During these times of countless challenges, we are being asked to live around the perimeters of social distancing. The modifications to our lifestyles can feel like a huge undertaking for social beings. Wanting connection … More Best Hacks to Tackle Dating in a Virtual World?
How many times have you put something you wanted to do on hold? Has there been a time when you thought “I’ll do this later – next week, month or year?” We are wrapping up the first quarter of 2020 and everything – life as we know it is on pause. The temporary stop is … More Pause. Hold. Later.
The idea of losing a loved one or dying ourselves is petrifying, particularly when unexpected. Many of us avoid the conversation of mortality, as it confronts you with a harsh reality. No one lives forever, death is inevitable. Coronavirus (CoV) has reminded the world of their humanity. CoV is an extended group of viruses that … More Does the Coronavirus Have You Rethinking Life?
Latinos are recognized for their zest of life. Best known to be invigorated people that take life by storm, it is no wonder our energy is infectious. We are as passionate about our politics, music, and life as we are about loved ones. Try to imagine a community taking great enjoyment in their traditions of … More The Story of My Latino Christmas on BELatina
The AW Challenge for Week 3 had to be an act that would shift the focus away from me. Instead, I wanted to do something to make a difference in another person’s life. The end goal was to make it a positive experience. I was set on what I wanted, although, how I would achieve … More AW Challenge, Week 3: Secret Snowflake
On a Tuesday, 18 years ago on the 11th of September a memory was planted in our brain. One that I can vividly recall, as if it had happened yesterday. The skies were clear and blue, a beautiful morning began as an average workday. Running late, missing a train during the daily commute can feel … More We Will Never Forget.
We all hope for that one moment when we feel our efforts are paying off. Closing in on dreams or goals you’ve worked so hard for…. then it happens! The message of woman empowerment begins to sprout all over the world. Today, the UNCHAIN magazine featured an article on AW and book, ”A Journey to … More Magazine is Out!
Born in New York and raised by Dominican parents, we’re known as persistent, determined, and driven. Many of us look forward to tbe day we acquire a certain level of achievement. Pondering the what-if, should have, could have instead of telling ourselves that we can or will do what it takes to accomplish the things … More AW is Now On Sale!
Tuesday, September 11, 2001 The day looked much different than today. The innocence of a nation was still intact. The skies were a beautiful blue accompanied by rays of sunshine that could light the darkest cave. The weekday hustle and bustle of New York City was in full swing on that Tuesday morning. Commuters were … More Do You Remember Where You Were Today, 17 Years Ago?