Carmen Perez: “A Day Without Women” is an Opportunity for Latinas to Be Heard

Carmen Perez: “A Day Without Women” is an Opportunity for Latinas to Be Heard

By Barbara Gonzalez Carmen Perez: “A Day Without Women” is an Opportunity for Latinas to Raise Our Voices On March 8, we celebrate International Women’s Day across the globe. However, this year, the celebration will look a little bit different:

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Mexican American Legal Defense Fund Today

Mexican American Legal Defense Fund Today

By Raul A. Reyes and Geraldine Cols Azócar Mexican American Legal Defense Fund Today What’s it like to head up a Latino legal advocacy group amid President Donald Trump’s recent policies and others he’s promised to implement? Thomas A. Saenz,

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DBacks Walker Makes Another Strong Impression

DBacks Walker Makes Another Strong Impression

By Chris Gabel and Barry M. Bloom / MLB.com Taijuan Walker made another strong impression on his new team Sunday, outdueling White Sox starter Reynaldo Lopez as the D-backs beat the White Sox, 4-1, at Salt River Fields. Walker, acquired from the Mariners in the offseason,

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10 Latino Actors Hotter Than Brad Pitt

10 Latino Actors Hotter Than Brad Pitt

Beauty standarts are different all around the world, but with the amount of movies Hollywood makes, we keep seeing and hearing that the ultimate standard of hotness for men is Brad Pitt and the like. Well, we decided to challenge

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Miriam Colón, Pioneering Latina Actress, Dies at Age 80

Miriam Colón, Pioneering Latina Actress, Dies at Age 80

by Russell Contreras, Associated Press Miriam Colón, Pioneering Latina Actress, Dies at Age 80 Miriam Colón, a pioneering actress in U.S. Latino New York theater who starred in films alongside Marlon Brando and Al Pacino, died Friday. Her husband, Fred

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First Latina Senator’s Bill Attempts To Rescind Trump Deportations

First Latina Senator’s Bill Attempts To Rescind Trump Deportations

By Liz Goodwin First Latina Senator’s Bill Attempts To Rescind Trump Deportations Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, a freshman senator from Nevada and the body’s first-ever Latina member, aimed her maiden bill squarely at President Trump. The bill rescinded Trump’s executive

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10 Tips from Latina Entrepreneur Iran Ortiz

10 Tips from Latina Entrepreneur Iran Ortiz

By Amaris Castillo Latina.com 10 Tips from Latina Entrepreneur Iran Ortiz Iran Ortiz knows a lot about the hustle life. The Dominican-born entrepreneur bred in the Bronx spends her days navigating through two businesses – her jewelry line Endless Noise

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Witchcraft Becoming More Popular Among Young Latinos

Witchcraft Becoming More Popular Among Young Latinos

By Maxie Ruan Witchcraft Becoming More Popular Among Young Latinos To say the word “brujo” in some communities is akin to yelling “fire!” in a crowded movie theater. It incites fear and panic. For centuries, brujería, or witchcraft, has been

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When You Don’t Speak The Same Language As Your Child’s Doctor

When You Don’t Speak The Same Language As Your Child’s Doctor

By Ana B. Ibarra California Healthline When You Don’t Speak The Same Language As Your Child’s Doctor When Margarita Ruiz takes her children to the doctor’s office, she has no choice but to trust that nurses and front desk staff

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