Parents Latina Magazine

Parents Latina helps you raise healthy, happy multicultural kids who are rooted in your family's heritage even as they shape America's future.

From the Latest Issue

Actor Wilmer Valderrama and Model Amanda Pacheco Talk About Honoring their Roots and Making Multigenerational Living Work for Their Familia
Wilmer Valderrama and Amanda Pacheco Talk About Putting Down Roots and Why Multigenerational Living is Right for Their Familia. Find out why heritage and family are at the center of parenthood.
Celebrity Chef Marcela Valladolid on Owning Her Mexican Culture: 'We're Living It Because We Love It'
Through her popular books and Zoom cooking classes (co-taught with her big sis!), the mom of three is once more taking the culinary world by storm—this time, by doubling down on her culture.
Parents Latina's Best Toys of 2021
We picked the best gifts for under the tree so that Papá Noel can relax a little this season.
The 30 Best Latinx Children's Books
Authentic characters and culturally meaningful settings liven up this year's crop of winning books nominated by librarians and tested with families.
4 Makeup Looks Inspired by Latina Icons
From Selena to Rita Moreno, we have eye-catching beauty looks from the Latinx community's biggest stars.
25 Fun and Festive Ways to Countdown to the Holidays
Add extra sparkle to the season with these ideas sure to inspire magical memories—some with Latinx flair.
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