Topacio Marrero is a Dominican-American freelance writer, residing in South Florida. She is a Native New Yorker, from Washington Heights, who resides in South Floirda.  Topacio's writing is focused on community building, social justice, mindfulness, cultural identity, motherhood, and empowerment. Her articles are featured on Blavity, HuffPost, Center for Community Change, Medium, Vocal Media, and Urban Wellness Magazine. 

cultural identity

Why I Didn't Identify As Black While Growing Up Latina

The Power of Embracing

My Natural Hair 

Why The Need To Enforce Guidelines To Protect Black Hair

Is A Sad Reality

It Takes a Long Time to

Grow Young 

Social Justice

Why the 2020 Census

Should Matter to You

Becoming Civically Engaged

Floridians Must Come

Together in Voting 

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Five Decades Since

People of Color Were Given

the Right to Vote

Building Resistance through Climate Awareness

They Didn’t Vote in the Primaries, but with Gillum, they are

Now Inspired to Vote


6 Ways To Make

Co-Parenting Work

Parenting While

Being Present

Kamala Harris' Bill

is Not a Family Policy

Mental Wellness 

Create a New Relationship with Stress

5 Ways to Make

Mindful Moves

7 Simple Ways To Cope With Anxiety 

4 Benefits of Failure


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Black Broward

Film Project

Raising Mental Health Awareness in the Hood

Probation Station Community Activist Awards


6 Ways to Advocate

for Broward County Public Schools



A Day in the Louvre

The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

©2017 by Topacio Marrero