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Latina Still Standing July 2014: Mary Rose Wilcox

Latina Still Standing July 2014: Mary Rose Wilcox

By: Diana Bejarano For Mary Rose Wilcox, a Latina who believes she was born to serve, family and community are two of the most important things in life.    As a child growing up in the mining town of Superior,

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What is a Latina Still Standing?

What is a Latina Still Standing?

By: Diana Bejarano   A Latina Still Standing is someone who has overcome tremendous obstacles. She is still standing despite the odds. She is resilient.   Webster’s Dictionary defines Resilience as the ability to work with adversity in such a

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“The obstacle is this Latina’s path”

“The obstacle is this Latina’s path”

I’m writing about a  Latina, who I met a few months ago, named Glorianna (fondly known as Glory) Verdugo, who has transformed her mind, body and soul. This single mother of two, who recently divorced after being married for 15 years,

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Latinas Looking for Love and a Soul Mate

By Diana Bejarano Es mejor estar sola, que mal acompañada!   February is the month most associated with love because of St. Valentine’s Day. For single women, it’s not always the most favorite month of the year. But it can be

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Dr. Ramon Angel Robles: Transforming Latina Bodies and Lives

Dr. Ramon Angel Robles: Transforming Latina Bodies and Lives

By Ruben Hernandez When a patient walks into the modern Phoenix offices of Dr. Ramon Angel Robles, what they are first impressed by are the bilingual and courteous nurses and assistants, as well as the contemporary wall décor and waiting

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7 Latino Books About Mothers

7 Latino Books About Mothers

 7 Latino Books About Mothers by Rigoberto González Any month is a good month to appreciate our special bond with the women who nurtured us. Let’s take a closer look at how Latino authors have been writing compelling stories about

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11 Celebrities That Raise Awareness About Mental Health

11 Celebrities That Raise Awareness About Mental Health

11 Celebrities That Raise Awareness About Mental Health by Nichole Fratangelo Celebrities often use their fame and fortune as a platform for raising awareness about causes, issues, and other topics that we can relate to. Some have used their voice to

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Latino Films at the Tribeca Film Festival

Latino Films at the Tribeca Film Festival

Latino Films at the Tribeca Film Festival by SANDRA GUZMAN Fans of Latin American cinema are in for a treat at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival which kicked off Wednesday night with a lavish red carpet and concert. Now in

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Laurie Hernandez Owning Her Natural Curly Hair Is Important

Laurie Hernandez Owning Her Natural Curly Hair Is Important

Laurie Hernandez Owning Her Natural Curly Hair Is Important By Carolina Moreno Laurie Hernandez is an Olympic gold medalist, a best-selling author and the youngest person ever to win “Dancing with the Stars.” But for many fans, it’s the 16-year-old’s hair

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