Latina Feminist Novels of Impact

Latina Feminist Novels of Impact

Latina Feminist Novels of Impact By Carolina Moreno For decades, Latina authors have written empowering stories of women navigating family, culture and societal norms to find their true selves. Books by Gabby Rivera and Alida Nugent have most recently helped paint

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50 Most Important Latino Republicans

50 Most Important Latino Republicans

50 Most Important Latino Republicans By Jordan Morales One of the fastest growing racial groups in the United States, Latinos will make up about a quarter of the population by 2050, according to the Pew Research Center. After Mitt Romney’s

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19 Latino ‘90s Songs That Made Your Decade

19 Latino ‘90s Songs That Made Your Decade

  19 Latino ‘90s Songs That Made Your Decade “Bailamos! Let the rhythm take you over, Bailamos!” By Carolina Moreno , Tanisha Love Ramirez The ‘90s were about a lot more than tamagotchis, dial-up internet and Y2K mania. For Latinos, it

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The Latino-American Contractors Bidding To Build The Wall

The Latino-American Contractors Bidding To Build The Wall

The Latino-American Contractors Bidding To Build The Wall By Keegan Hamilton Rick Aguilar’s parents and grandparents all came to the U.S. from Mexico, but that’s not stopping him from bidding to help erect President Trump’s border wall. “I want to

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Are DACA Recipients Safe From Deportation?

Are DACA Recipients Safe From Deportation?

Are DACA Recipients Safe From Deportation? By Elena Shore When it comes to Trump’s changes to immigration policy, many immigrants have a common question: Who is affected and what do the changes mean for them? It’s a question that Martha

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Raffling A Date To Raise Money For Immigrants

Lin-Manuel Miranda Raffling A Date To Raise Money For Immigrants

Lin-Manuel Miranda Raffling A Date To Raise Money For Immigrants “When immigrants succeed, we all succeed.” By Carolina Moreno Lin-Manuel Miranda knows that immigrants get the job done, and that’s why the “Hamilton” creator is hoping to raise money for two

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Latina Congressional Candidate Moves Beyond Being a Maxim Model

Latina Congressional Candidate Moves Beyond Being a Maxim Model

Latina Congressional Candidate Moves Beyond Being a Maxim Model By Reza Gorhesi   Getting ready for the 2018 Congressional election is someone you may not expect to see in government: Maxim model Alejandra Campoverdi (Ali Campoverdi). Although she’s a talented government staffer, Campoverdi

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Homeownership Rate Increases Among Latino Population

Homeownership Rate Increases Among Latino Population

Homeownership Rate Increases Among Latino Population By Kevin Graham According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau compiled by the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP), homeownership among Hispanics rose from 45.6% to 46.0% in 2016. This resulted in

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20 Years Later, Selena Rare Example of Hollywood Getting Latinos Right

20 Years Later, Selena Rare Example of Hollywood Getting Latinos Right

20 Years Later, Selena Rare Example of Hollywood Getting Latinos Right By Gabriela Resto-Montero The casting call was announced on Noticiero Univision: Producers for a new film about the life and death of superstar Selena Quintanilla-Pérez would hold open auditions

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Some Latino House Members Excluded From A Meeting With ICE That They Requested

Some Latino House Members Excluded From A Meeting With ICE That They Requested

Some Latino House Members Excluded From A Meeting With ICE That They Requested By Elise Foley wo Democratic representatives say Republicans kicked them out of a meeting with Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Thursday after the agency canceled a planned

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