Thanks so much to Becky Beriter and News 14 for their story on Circle de Luz. You can watch the footage here.
And thank you to Michele Miller Houck, a Class of 2014 M’ija, and DavidsonNews.net for their story on Circle de Luz.
Michele’s story starts:
Rosie Molinary is on a mission. And she’s bringing 55 of her closest friends. (I know, because I am one of them.)
They call themselves “M’ijas” (a contraction meaning “my girlfriends” and pronounced “mee-has”), and they are working to empower young Latinas to graduate from high school through mentoring, programming and a promise of a scholarship upon graduation from high school. It’s called Circle de Luz, and it is a new way of giving small amounts to make a real difference in the lives of young women.
We’re so grateful to these news outlets for helping us share the Circle de Luz story.