These Photos Of 2019 Latina Graduates Will Make You Llorar Tears Of Happiness Like No Other
This year’s 2019 Latina graduates are celebrating their achievements by telling their profound stories of love, hope and familia. For many of the Latinas crossing the stage this year, getting to and through college was no easy feat, particularly because of the various obstacles institutions have set in their way. Still, in true #Latinapower, they persisted and now join this year’s group of graduates.
Here’s a look at twenty Latinas graduating this year despite the odds that were stacked against them:
This Latina who’s making her way across the stage DESPITE all the obstacles and naysayers in her path.
this chica juggled multiple jobs including as a real estate agent, a car salesman AND a secretary just to get to college. Girl got herself a full ride scholarship and has a B.A. now!!
This UC Berkeley bound STEM graduate.
Congrats the new Golden Bear! Bienvenida!!
This Latina who is taking on a big first for her university!
This smart lady with all of the style and the degree!
We stan for a woman who reps her heritage on her graduation cap!
This first generation graduate who’s making her parents proud
Reading through this girl’s Instagram caption, we seriously think she could be an inspirational speaker as a side-hustle to her engineering.
This Latina who rocked *bloody shoes* along with a gorgeous pink dress to her graduation ceremony
Who ever said you can’t graduate in style?
This Latina who honored her father’s spirit on her graduation cap
We’re sure her father would be proud of her accomplishment.
This Latina who went ahead and got a SECOND bachelor’s degree after realizing the first wasn’t what she wanted after all
It takes a special kind of bravery to recognize what you want and go after it despite all the obstacles in your path.
This Latina who didn’t let imposter syndrome tell her what she couldn’t do
After not even thinking she could get into this Master’s program, this “proud Mexican” is now graduating. Congrats!
This Latina who credits her success to the hard work of her ancestors
Graduation is the perfect time to reflect on the sacrifices your family may have made to get you to this point in your life. It takes a village, after all!
This Latina who repped her rizos at her graduation from a prestigious Historically Black College
We love how this Latina celebrates every aspect of herself!
This Latina who graduated with an engineering degree while growing a life inside of her
We’re pretty sure if you look up “work ethic” in the dictionary, you’ll find this woman’s picture right next to the definition
This Latina who’s rocking her queer AND Latinx pride on her graduation day
Not to mention, she’s graduating early. What an inspiration!
This Chicana, who made sure her graduation outfit had a splash of color
We love how this Latina wasn’t afraid to rock her traditional cultural get-up!
This self-called “product of immigration” whose entire family came to see her graduate
We love how her whole family came to cheer her on.
This Latina who proved haters wrong and earned the degree that was her birthright
In this political climate, just graduating from college with pride can feel like a political act. We love this girl’s fierceness!
This newly ordained medical assistant who has proved that intelligence runs in the family
The future looks bright for this one.
This Latina who was brave enough to return to school after taking a break
Further proof that it’s never too late to follow your dreams!
This former teen mom who defied the statistics and became the first in her family to graduate
We love how this Latina credits her son for inspiring her to graduate. What an incredible role model.
This Masters-having Latina who’s educating Latinos on educational inequality
This woman’s passion is everything. It’s Latinas like this that are being the change they want to see in the world.
To all the Latinas that are graduating, still in school, or thinking about going back to school, we hope this is inspiration for all of you. Remember: Sí se puede.
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