LNN and Pero Make It Newsy announce partnership to amplify the coverage of Latinas in New England



May 6, 2021

The Latino News Network and Pero Make It Newsy are thrilled to announce a new partnership that celebrates women (and female-identified) Hispanic-Latinas to take center stage. 

The collaboration between LNN and Pero Make It Newsy will encourage news coverage and storytelling that emphasizes Hispanic-Latina women, increasing exposure of undercovered experiences and creating powerful stories around women’s work and impact on today’s society. 

As a relatively new weekly newsletter, Pero Make It Newsy’s founders Maria Elena Perez and Nikki Rojas have made enormous strides in making a name for themselves in a short period of time. Unlike other newsletters, Pero Make It Newsy is an undeniably unique outlet for people curious about culture, female experiences, and the Hispanic-Latino community. 

“We are so excited to collaborate with Latino News Network and cover stories by, for and all about women,” Maria Elena and Nikki said. “We believe it’s so important to work with one another to highlight and give space to women, especially women of color. Unfortunately, Latinas rarely see themselves portrayed in the media and the news. Through this partnership, Pero Make It Newsy and LNN hope to address that issue.”

As the only English language, news, information and entertainment outlet dedicated to Hispanic-Latino women, LNN shares Pero Make It Newsy’s mission. This new partnership will offer a higher engagement across a broad range of demographics through its English language content designed as comprehensible and for a fast read. 


About Pero Make It Newsy

Pero Make It Newsy is a weekly newsletter created by Maria Elena Perez and Nikki Rojas, two Latina best friends who have worked together as journalists. Pero Make It Newsy is a newsletter by, for and all about women. Maria Elena and Nikki built Pero Make It Newsy as an inclusive publication that allows women (and female-identifying people) to finally take center stage.  Learn more and follow on Twitter at @PeroMakeItNewsy

About LNN

Award-winning online news publication LatinoNewsNetwork.com is under the ownership and leadership of nationally recognized journalist and media advocate, Hugo Balta.  Balta serves as publisher for CTLatinoNews.com, MALatinoNews.com, and NHLatinoNews.com, three online sites created by the Latino News Network to provide professional, journalistic coverage for and about Connecticut’s, Massachusetts’, and New Hampshire’s fast-growing Latino population. Latino News Network outlets include multimedia reporting and explore partnerships that promote similar focused strategies. Follow the exclusive English language online news sources for New England’s Latinos here: @CTLatinoNews, @MALatinoNews and @NHLatinoNews.