Currently Brown Mujeres Media is more active on Instagram, where radical politics are broken down into digestible graphics. Make sure to follow the account so you don't miss out on new content and to receive updates! IG: @BrownMujeresMedia

Public Speaking

If you would like to invite the founder of Brown Mujeres Media to speak at your next event, you can read about her past speaking engagements and contact her here. WhenSheWrote's advocacy drives forward decolonization, dechristianization and indigenization.  A main topic she focuses on is the Indigeneity of "Mestizo/as" in the "United States" context and the importance of deconstructing the belief that the "indian" in the "Mestizo/a" is a thing of the past.


For those who have followed the trajectory of Brown Mujeres Media over the past year, thank you! Please be on the lookout for an expansion of the platform in 2019. Engaging content will be delivered via new mediums and intentionally tailored for a specific audience—unapologetically.

International Women's Day at Syracuse University (2017). Photo credit: Instagram @vsteeze.


WhenSheWrote is sister to gifted first-generation 'Americans' and the daughter of relentless Mexicans who separately immigrated to the United States in the 1980s. Currently a student of Geography at Syracuse University, she completed her Associate degree in Sciences and another one in Arts/International Studies at The Honors College at Lone Star College-North Harris. Her multifaceted world-view stems from been raised in a multicultural environment, having worked in various industries, some travel, and study abroad. WhenSheWrote founded Brown Mujeres Media hoping to open a door that has never been open to most people of marginalized communities. She is is fierce brown mujer of Guachichil descent who embraces Mexican-American and Xicana identities.