JOIN US IN… Celebrating the Spirits of Everyday Women A celebration dedicated to the Spirit of the Everyday Women to honor and highlight your brilliance through art! Networking, spirits and Art, all combined! An art workshop will be a surprise! A $25 entrance fee and all proceeds wil ...read more
LCL partners with diverse girls and women on their journey to becoming true leaders in their families, their communities and in our society. Through our 10-week Youth Leadership Core program we provide young girls (ages 12 to 18 ) with the the skills to embrace their self-esteem (4 worksho ...read more
Cool Breeze Sister Sunday Brunch Sept 16th 2012 Hosted by our wonderful community partners at CampButterfly Chicago Camp Butterfly2929 South Wabash AvenueChicago, IL 60616Tel: (312) 328-0800 As always the Cool Breeze Sister Sunday Brunch was phenomenal. Focusing on JOY the Journey of Yo ...read more
As a part of our socially responsible business model, Las Caras Lindas (LCL) is relaunching our InterCambio Program. The LCL InterCambio program is a give back program designed to support and promote the entrepreneurial and activism spirit of diverse leading women. LCL is committed to ...read more
LCL Youth LEAD Core Program Orientation and Kick-Off Meeting Saturday, June 2nd Orientation Meeting (10:00 AM -11:00 AM), including parents YLI Core Program Parent Orientation Packet_2012 Final Program Kick off meeting (11:00 AM to 1:00 Pm) at DePaul University Egan Center Loop Campus Clic ...read more
Celebrating the Brilliance That Makes Us All LEADing Women Las Caras Lindas celebrates the brilliance that makes us all LEADing women! Thanks to all who came out to support us! We welcome you to the LCL family! All proceeds support the 2012 LCL Youth LEAD Institute Thank you to the Women ...read more
Imagine a world… in which girls and women don’t compromise who they are; instead they follow their strengths and passions to become the authentic leaders that they are designed to be Las Caras Lindas (LCL) is a 501c3 organization dedicated to helping Black and Latina g ...read more
LCL presented at i.c. Stars 2012 MLK Day Stakeholders meeting. Throughout the afternoon there were various presenters focused on global leadership, diversity, community impact, etc. LCL was introduced by Tyrone Stoudemire and presented on diversity and the ways in oppression limits ...read more
“I felt very energized, positive, and inspired after attending the event. My hope is that spaces like this can continue to be offered for our young (and elder) women in our communities.” -2011 LCL LEAD Ex Participant Over the years, LCL realized the need that in order t ...read more
Each year LCL’s YLI LEAD Program introduces young girls to leading community women. The 2011 panel consisted of Jackie Covarrubias and LCL Summer Intern and student at Notre Dame University, Juanita Irizarry, Program Officer at The Chicago Community Trust, Olga M. Marroquin, Author ...read more
The LCL Blame It On The Alcohol Workshop 2010 was a multi-component primary prevention program targeted towards at-risk African American and Latino Urban youth and young adults (ages 14 to 21). The goal of the prevention program was to change community norms of underage drinking by dampe ...read more
OMG! Does it really matter what you say on Facebook? In response to the growth of social media in our lives LCL created the LCL Social Networking Guide Final_2010 for youth. After reading this guide youth will be able to better understand the power of their words, the impact of their ac ...read more
LCL-Beautiful Faces and The Unstoppable Woman kicked it with the amazing young girls of Sisters Speak housed out of D.S Wentworth at their 3rd Annual Sleepover. We talked about owning our power circles to ensure that we had the right people in our lives to encourage us forward.
Imagine a world in which girls and women recognize they hold the power to change their families, their communities and the world around them. Click Here to Watch The NEW LCL Video!
Defining Ourselves As Women