Latino Chef José Andrés Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize

Latino Chef José Andrés Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize

Latino Chef José Andrés Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize Gwen Aviles of NBC reports that Latino Chef José Andrés has been nominated for the the Noble Peace Prize for his work in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. –

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Ed Pastor: Latino Pioneer Honored At Capitol

Ed Pastor: Latino Pioneer Honored At Capitol

Ed Pastor: Latino Pioneer Honored At Capitol Chris Coppola and Bree Burkitt, Arizona Republic, report on the passing of Arizona’s first Latino Congressman, Ed Pastor. – “Former U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor, Arizona’s first Hispanic member of Congress whose death earlier this

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AZ Latinas Making Political Impact

AZ Latinas Making Political Impact

AZ Latinas Making Political Impact Stephen A. Nuño of NBC.com reports on the Latinas making an impact on progressive and Democratic politics in Arizona this election season. – “Arizona sits at the center of two simultaneous tectonic shifts occurring in

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Latina Kip Rustenburg Luna Proud to Serve as MCSO’s New Deputy Chief

Latina Kip Rustenburg Luna Proud to Serve as MCSO’s New Deputy Chief

Latina Kip Rustenburg Luna Proud to Serve as MCSO’s New Deputy Chief By Cindy G. Castillo Kip Rustenburg Luna is taking on a new role with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, serving as Deputy Chief as of April of this

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Inspired By 9/11, Latino Veteran and Para-Cyclist Proud to Represent U.S.

Inspired By 9/11, Latino Veteran and Para-Cyclist Proud to Represent U.S.

Inspired By 9/11, Latino Veteran and Para-Cyclist Proud to Represent U.S. by Belén Smole Hopewell Junction, NY – Following the Sept. 11 attacks in 2001, Alfredo “Freddie” De los Santos felt compelled to join the military and serve his country. Like

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Edy Ganem Talks About Being A Working Mami

Edy Ganem Talks About Being A Working Mami

Edy Ganem Talks About Being A Working Mami by Verky Arcos Edy Ganem went from being a Devious Maid to a working mama and seems to love every minute of it. The young starlet shared her experience of shooting her

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Terri Cruz – ‘Mother’ of Chicanos Por La Causa, dies at 89

Terri Cruz – ‘Mother’ of Chicanos Por La Causa, dies at 89

Terri Cruz – ‘Mother’ of Chicanos Por La Causa, dies at 89 By Daniel González and Laura Gómez, The Republic | azcentral.com Terri Cruz, a prominent Mexican-American community leader and a founding board member of the social-services agency Chicanos Por La

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Roselyn Sanchez Shows Off Cooking Skill

Roselyn Sanchez Shows Off Cooking Skill

Roselyn Sanchez Shows Off Cooking Skill by Daniela Galvez Say hello to Chef Roselyn Sanchez! MORE: Roselyn Sánchez Endorses Hillary Clinton  On Thursday, the Puerto Rican belleza got busy in the kitchen when she took her followers step-by-step through her cooking adventure. Sanchez, who admitted

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Inspiring Latina: Meet Georgina Miranda, The Adventurer

Inspiring Latina: Meet Georgina Miranda, The Adventurer

Inspiring Latina: Meet Georgina Miranda, The Adventurer by Robyn Moreno Avid climber and founder of Altitude Seven—an adventure lifestyle media platform— Georgina Miranda is challenging Latinas everywhere to take their lives to new heights. We chatted with the Inspiring Latina about

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Inspiring Latina: Nicole Reyes

Inspiring Latina: Nicole Reyes

Inspiring Latina: Nicole Reyes by Yeri Nunez Nicole Reyes is the definition of an altruistic soul. A true boss, who launched her own non-profit organization with the hopes of aspiring change in the world. Dando Luz are gearing up for

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