The Singer Recently Took Part In CIW’s Third Annual Spanish-Language Panel ‘A Citizen’s Guide To Creating Change In Your Community’ 

Following a memorable run, which earned her praise from media outlets like People – Chica, Victoria ‘La Mala’ concluded her participation in Univision’s popular dancing competition ‘Mira Quien Baila;’ however,her commitment to Casa de Esperanza will continue moving forward.
The non-profit organization, which provides shelter and services to women and children who have been victims of domestic violence, will receive $5,000 thanks to Victoria and the show’s organizers.
As a fierce advocate for the advancement of Latino community, the singer behind the #1 single ‘Si Va A Doler Que Duela,’took part in the CIW’s (Chicago Ideas Week) third annual Spanish Language Conversation, ‘A Citizen’s Guide to Creating Change in Your Community,’ which took place on October 21st.
La Mala’s passionate advocacy for undocumented youth and her personal story of perseverance, made her an ideal candidate to share insights with attendees – especially in the wake of the administration’s recent move to end DACA. The empowering event allowed her to speak about the issues and experiences that are dear to her heart and that have influenced her work as an artist.
In 2018, will remain committed to support Casa de Esperanza’s work and will continue to fiercely advocate for women and immigrants by being involved in community awareness campaigns and in national initiatives that promote social justice.
‘Si Va A Doler Que Duela’ is on the #1 song in Guatemala for the second consecutive week, after Victoria ‘La Mala’ became the first artist to ever top all six different musical charts in the Central American country last week.