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    Remezcla

  • Cuco Puts His Own Spin on Bobby Capó’s ‘Piel Canela’
    Mexican-American singer Cuco is dialing back to oldies for his latest single “Piel Canela.” He covers the classic song by Puerto Rican legend Bobby Capó. “Piel Canela” is Cuco’s first taste of new music this year since the release of his 2019 debut album Para Mi. The song was famously... Read more »
  • Thousands Across the U.S. Protest the Failure of Justice for Breonna Taylor
    The system failed Breonna Taylor, her mother Tamika Palmer lamented on Instagram yesterday. She posted just hours after a Kentucky grand jury ruled that only one of the three officers involved in her 26-year-old daughter’s killing would be charged (for wanton endangerment, not for her murder), and as crowds protesting... Read more »
  • Puerto Ricans Say They’re Nervous About In-Person Voting Amid Pandemic & More in Today’s News
    Las Notis is a daily news column that gets you up to speed on the political, media + other goings-on in the United States, Latin America, and the diaspora—all in one quick digest. Here’s your glimpse at what’s going on today: Dozens of protesters have been arrested in Louisville after... Read more »
  • Has the Pumpkin Spice Trend Gone Too Far?
    This isn’t a Halloween trick—Kraft Heinz is truly getting in the fall spirit by releasing a pumpkin spice macaroni and cheese as a seasonal treat. Kraft previously launched a JELL-O Pumpkin Instant Pudding and Pie Filling and Pumpkin Spice Marshmallows. The autumnal gourd has become the most bastardized flavor and... Read more »
  • Mariah Carey’s Upcoming Memoir Reveals Tommy Mottola’s Abuse
    A frequently enigmatic, guarded icon, Mariah Carey will offer fans more insight into who she is through her memoir, out Sept. 29. In The Meaning of Mariah Carey, the icon lays bare details of some of her most intimate histories, including her traumatic marriage to former Sony executive Tommy Mottola,... Read more »


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    Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source

  • CSU picks 1st Mexican-American to lead the nation’s largest 4-year public university system
    Dr. Joseph Castro was named Wednesday as the new chancellor of the California State University system, becoming the first Mexican-American … Continue reading CSU picks 1st Mexican-American to lead the nation’s largest 4-year public university system → The post CSU picks 1st Mexican-American to lead the nation’s largest 4-year public... Read more »
  • Hispanic, Latino and Latinx: What’s the difference, and why it matters
    This year’s Hispanic Heritage Month has been marked by tireless efforts from both Republicans and Democrats to woo the large … Continue reading Hispanic, Latino and Latinx: What’s the difference, and why it matters → The post Hispanic, Latino and Latinx: What’s the difference, and why it matters appeared first... Read more »
  • New Research Reveals the Ideal Age to Start a Business
    By Jeff Haden Actually, where startup success is concerned, there are two great times to launch a company. During a … Continue reading New Research Reveals the Ideal Age to Start a Business → The post New Research Reveals the Ideal Age to Start a Business appeared first on Hispanic... Read more »
  • Meet Georgia Sandoval
    Zigzag. That’s the advice Georgia Sandoval, a high-performance architect at Intel, has for STEM students. “You think there’s only one … Continue reading Meet Georgia Sandoval → The post Meet Georgia Sandoval appeared first on Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source.... Read more »
  • Former Firefighters Find Great Job Opportunities as Emergency Recovery Coordinators at Top Restoration Company Paul Davis: Meet Ruben Rodriguez
    (Jacksonville, FL) Ruben Rodriguez, a former firefighter for both the City of Miami Fire & Rescue and the Tallahassee Fire … Continue reading Former Firefighters Find Great Job Opportunities as Emergency Recovery Coordinators at Top Restoration Company Paul Davis: Meet Ruben Rodriguez → The post Former Firefighters Find Great Job... Read more »
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    Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project

  • Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018
    This statistical profile of the foreign-born population in the 50 states and the District of Columbia is based on Pew Research Center tabulations of the Census Bureau’s 2010 and 2018 American Community Survey (ACS) and the 1960-2000 decennial censuses. The post Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018 appeared first on Pew... Read more »
  • Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018
    As of 2018, 19% of the national immigrant population lives in the top five counties: Los Angeles County, California; Miami-Dade County, Florida; Harris County, Texas; Cook County, Illinois; and Queens County, New York. The post Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018 appeared first on Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project.... Read more »
  • Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018
    There were a record 44.8 million immigrants living in the U.S. in 2018, making up 13.7% of the nation’s population. This represents a more than fourfold increase since 1960. The post Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018 appeared first on Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project.... Read more »
  • Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018
    There were a record 44.8 million immigrants living in the U.S. in 2018, making up 13.7% of the nation’s population. The post Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018 appeared first on Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project.... Read more »
  • Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018
    Key statistics about immigrants in the United States from 1980 to 2018. The post Facts on U.S. immigrants, 2018 appeared first on Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project.... Read more »
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    Blog – Latino Decisions

  • Addressing Racism and Discrimination Has Become a Top Priority for Latinos
    On September 8, 2020 Latino Decisions and the National Association of Latino Elected Officials Education Fund launched the 2020 nine-week tracking poll of the Latino electorate. Every week leading up... The post Addressing Racism and Discrimination Has Become a Top Priority for Latinos appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
  • Attitudes Toward Reproductive Health Policy Among Native Americans
    The voices of Native Americans are rarely included in research focused on reproductive health, even though this community often suffers from deep inequalities in access to reproductive health and higher... The post Attitudes Toward Reproductive Health Policy Among Native Americans appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
  • Turning Out the Latino Vote: What Really Matters (It’s Not Enthusiasm)
    On September 8, 2020 Latino Decisions and the National Association of Latino Elected Officials Education Fund launched the 2020 nine-week tracking poll of the Latino electorate. Every week leading up... The post Turning Out the Latino Vote: What Really Matters (It’s Not Enthusiasm) appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
  • Press Release: Latino Community Foundation California Statewide Poll of Latino Voters
    For Immediate Release: 73% OF CALIFORNIA LATINOS CERTAIN TO VOTE, MOTIVATED BY RACIAL INJUSTICE AND INSPIRED BY SOCIAL MOVEMENTS SAN FRANCISCO, CA  — September 2, 2020  —  In a webinar... The post Press Release: Latino Community Foundation California Statewide Poll of Latino Voters appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
  • Register Now: California poll webinar with Tom Saenz and SOS Alex Padilla
    FOR PLANNING PURPOSES: September 2, 2020 MEDIA CONTACT: Stephen Nuño-Perez – Stephen.nuno@latinodecisions.com – 626.379.7461   ***Media Advisory*** WEDNESDAY, September 2 at 9 AM PST See Below for Webinar Registration Breaking: With less than... The post Register Now: California poll webinar with Tom Saenz and SOS Alex Padilla appeared first on Latino Decisions.... Read more »
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    La Plaza

  • A Game Plan to—Finally—Connect Every American to Broadband Opinion Piece by John Stankey, CEO of AT&T
    According to a recent Gallup survey, more than 60 percent of Americans have been able to work from home during the Covid-19 pandemic thanks to high-speed internet connections. Since 1996, U.S. broadband providers have invested nearly $2 trillion to connect our communities, incentivized by sound, pro-investment policies. This private investment has been... Read more »
  • Latino lawmakers criticize Trump White House meeting with Mexico’s López Obrador
    Latino lawmakers and a national Latino group are blasting President Trump for scheduling a visit of Mexico’s president to the White House amid rising coronavirus cases and despite policies that have targeted Mexican and Central American migrants. Mexico President Andres Manuel López Obrador left his country yesterday for the meeting... Read more »
  • ICE announces International students may need to leave the country if universities only offer online classes
    International students who are pursuing degrees in the United States will have to leave the country or risk deportation if their universities switch to online-only courses, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced yesterday. The move may affect thousands of foreign students who come to the United States to attend universities or participate... Read more »
  • LULAC president urges Latinas to not join the military after Vanessa Guillen’s disappearance
    Domingo Garcia, the president of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), said he is urging Latinas not to join the U.S. military after the disappearance of Vanessa Guillen, a U.S. soldier stationed in Texas who went missing in April. “We are asking all women, especially Latina women or... Read more »
  • Guillen family ‘believe’ missing Fort Hood soldier’s remains were found
    Natalie Khawam, attorney for the family of missing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen, said “we believe that her remains were found.” The announcement made yesterday at press conference comes hours after the U.S. Army said it found partial human remains, which have not been identified yet, during a search for the... Read more »