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        Latino Rebels

      • Into Natalia Lafourcade’s Inner Garden (A Latino USA Podcast)
        In this episode, recorded just days before her Carnegie Hall performance, Latino USA host Maria Hinojosa sits down with Mexican singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade to talk about her inspirations and evolution as an artist, and reflect on the value of tending to one’s inner garden. The post Into Natalia Lafourcade’s Inner... Read more »
      • US Hands Over to Mexico Suspect in Missing Students Case
        U.S. authorities handed over a key suspect in the 2014 disappearance of 43 college students to Mexico, after the man was caught trying to cross the border on December 20 without proper documents. The post US Hands Over to Mexico Suspect in Missing Students Case appeared first on Latino Rebels.... Read more »
      • Peru’s Failed Democratic Transition
        As Peru faces another political crisis following the impeachment of former president Pedro Castillo last month, Latino Rebels Radio host Julio Ricardo Varela welcomes Peruvian professor Roger Merino to discuss how the right wing is playing a dangerous democratic game that has led to the deaths of several protesters. The... Read more »
      • Guerrero’s ‘Crux’ a Story of Self-Discovery, Cross-Cultural Mental Illness (REVIEW)
        Jean Guerrero's 2018 book 'Crux: A Cross-Border Memoir' follows her quest to better understand the life of her father, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia when she was 11. The book will be re-released in paperback on February 7. The post Guerrero’s ‘Crux’ a Story of Self-Discovery, Cross-Cultural Mental Illness (REVIEW)... Read more »
      • Mexican President Says He’ll Consider ‘El Chapo’ Request
        Mexico’s president said Wednesday his government will consider a plea by imprisoned drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán to be returned to Mexico, presumably to serve out his sentence. The post Mexican President Says He’ll Consider ‘El Chapo’ Request appeared first on Latino Rebels.... Read more »
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        Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source

      • Searching for a Remote Job? 5 Mistakes to Avoid
        By Jillian Hamilton Remote jobs are a hot search term — even in national security, thanks in no small part … Continue reading Searching for a Remote Job? 5 Mistakes to Avoid → The post Searching for a Remote Job? 5 Mistakes to Avoid appeared first on Hispanic Network Magazine... Read more »
      • A Latina’s manifesto ‘For Brown Girls with Sharp Edges and Tender Hearts’
        By Raul A. Reyes, NBC News Latina author Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez is familiar with low expectations, the judgment of … Continue reading A Latina’s manifesto ‘For Brown Girls with Sharp Edges and Tender Hearts’ → The post A Latina’s manifesto ‘For Brown Girls with Sharp Edges and Tender Hearts’... Read more »
      • VideoSeveral 2023 Golden Globe nominees are young and Latino: Full list
        Along with Selena Gomez, Jenna Ortega, Aubrey Plaza, Diego Calva and others, Latinos are represented in about half the award … Continue reading Several 2023 Golden Globe nominees are young and Latino: Full list → The post Several 2023 Golden Globe nominees are young and Latino: Full list appeared first... Read more »
      • Latino Businessman Empowers Communities Of Color
        By Birmingham Times Hispanic businessman George Burciaga enjoys serving on the board of directors of Chicago United, an organization seeking … Continue reading Latino Businessman Empowers Communities Of Color → The post Latino Businessman Empowers Communities Of Color appeared first on Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source.... Read more »
      • How Rising Latino Artists Maria Isabel, Destiny Rogers, and Jay Wheeler Have Made Their Dreams Come True
        By Alvin Blanco, Genius It’s all about talent, education, and the willingness to take risks. Music is meant to inspire, … Continue reading How Rising Latino Artists Maria Isabel, Destiny Rogers, and Jay Wheeler Have Made Their Dreams Come True → The post How Rising Latino Artists Maria Isabel, Destiny... Read more »
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        Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project

      • Appendix: Additional tables
        The post Appendix: Additional tables appeared first on Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project.... Read more »
      • Methodology
        Overview The American Trends Panel (ATP), created by Pew Research Center, is a nationally representative panel of randomly selected U.S. adults. Panelists participate via self-administered web surveys. Panelists who do not have internet access at home are provided with a tablet and wireless internet connection. Interviews are conducted in both... Read more »
      • Acknowledgments
        This report was written by Luis Noe-Bustamante, Research Analyst; Ana Gonzalez-Barrera, Senior Researcher; Khadijah Edwards, Research Associate; Lauren Mora, Research Assistant; and Mark Hugo Lopez, Director, Race and Ethnicity research. Editorial guidance was provided by Lopez; Tanya Arditi, Communications Manager; Kiana Cox, Research Associate, Jens Manuel Krogstad, Senior Writer/Editor; and... Read more »
      • 3. Latinos divided on whether race gets too much or too little attention in the U.S. today
        Over the last decade, the United States has been deeply engaged in a national conversation surrounding race and racial discrimination, from the Black Lives Matter movement to growing attention about racial inequality and structural racism in America to concern about the rise in violence against Asian Americans. For U.S. Latinos,... Read more »
      • 4. Measuring the racial identity of Latinos
        How we measured racial identity among Hispanics The survey used the following four questions to assess the racial identity of Latinos: What is your race or origin? White Black or African American Asian or Asian American Two or more races Some other race or origin How would most people describe... Read more »
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        Blog - Latino Decisions

      • Alex Padilla, Latino Champion of Voter Access, New California US Senator
          In a historic event, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla has been appointed as United States Senator by Governor Gavin Newsom. Secretary Padilla, who has a mechanical engineering degree... The post Alex Padilla, Latino Champion of Voter Access, New California US Senator appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
      • Fifteen Competitive Congressional Districts Latinos Will Decide in 2022
        With the country more divided than ever, the Democrats secured the White House for the next four years and it was undoubtedly with the help of people of color across... The post Fifteen Competitive Congressional Districts Latinos Will Decide in 2022 appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
      • Latinos and the Environment
        By Edward Vargas Latino voters indicate that the President and Congress should reinstate and enforce regulations that existed prior to the Covid-19 pandemic and create clean jobs and green infrastructure... The post Latinos and the Environment appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
      • Native American Voters Help Biden Take the State of Arizona
        The importance of the Native American vote in 2020 was most apparent in Arizona, a state that had not gone to the Democrats since 1996. A key swing state in... The post Native American Voters Help Biden Take the State of Arizona appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
      • Native Americans Overcome Major Obstacles; Part of Voting Coalition That Led Biden to Victory
        There was major enthusiasm about the Native American electorate’s potential role in the 2020 election outcome following a historic 2018 mid-term election where the importance of the Native American population... The post Native Americans Overcome Major Obstacles; Part of Voting Coalition That Led Biden to Victory appeared first on Latino... Read more »
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        La Plaza

      • College Admissions Expected to Change with Possible Roll Back of Affirmation Action
        In 1964, Wesleyan University contacted 400 Black high school students from around the country to persuade them to apply in hopes of erasing its image as a privileged gallery for white, wealthy families. The outreach led to the enrollment of one Latino and 13 Black students, which helped establish the... Read more »
      • Meg Medina is the First Latina Ambassador for Young People’s Literature
        The Library of Congress named Meg Medina the national ambassador for young people’s literature for 2023-24. Medina is the first Latina named to the position, which will have her flying around the country to libraries and classrooms to encourage reading. Medina, 59, said she hopes she can spread to parents,... Read more »
      • The Term ‘Latinx’ Now Banned from Official Government Use in Arkansas
        The new governor of Arkansas, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, has signed an executive order banning the term “Latinx” from official use in government business. At the Hispanic Women’s Organization of Arkansas meeting, director Margarita Solorzano had to redirect chatter away from the news. The executive order signed by Republican Gov. Sarah... Read more »
      • Biden Sees Pushback Towards New Immigration Policy that Restricts Illegal Border Crossings
        President Biden recently announced new immigration restrictions to address one of his administration’s most politically vulnerable issues in immigration control while the nation’s focus is on the Republican disarray in the House. The restrictions will expand Biden’s authority to grant legal entry to tens of thousands of Cubans, Nicaraguans, Venezuelans,... Read more »
      • The Latinx Community Remembers Walter Ulloa for his Incredible Work in Spanish-Language Media
        Members of the media, business and political community mourn the death of Spanish-language media pioneer Walter Ulloa, CEO, and founder of Entravision Communication Corp. Ulloa died of a heart attack on New Year’s Eve at 74 years old. “It’s a big loss,” according to Tom Castro, the founder and CEO... Read more »