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  • WATCH: Bad Bunny Just Tried Bringing Back the ‘Macarena’
    “Macarena” was thee song when we were all little ones. Who else remembers doing the “Macarena” at school assemblies, First Communion parties, birthday parties, and anywhere else? We even saw Hillary Clinton dancing the “Macarena” at the 1996 DNC. We were masters at the wildly popular dance. We could do... Read more »
  • Here’s What We Know About the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Latino
    The Smithsonian Latino Center, a section of the Smithsonian Institute that preserves our communities history and culture, is keeping busy these days. Currently, director Eduardo Diaz and his staff are working on the first exhibition for their new space, the Molina Family Latino Gallery. The new 4,500-square-foot gallery, which opens... Read more »
  • El Alfa Marries Alba Rose — & the Dembow Gods Rejoice
    Dembow star El Alfa got hitched this weekend. The rapper posted a photo of himself and his bride, Alba Rose, at their wedding ceremony. The couple have been together for 17 years and were already in a civil union, but this marks the first wedding ceremony the couple has had.... Read more »
  • Leylah Fernandez Has the Best Training Partner for 2022, Her Sister
    Nothing beats having the right training partner. For Leylah Fernandez, who’s eyeing a 2022 that will hopefully be just as successful as a 2021 that saw her reach the US Open final and ascend to number 24 in the WTA rankings, it might just make the difference between dreading the... Read more »
  • Ana de Armas Replaces Scarlett Johansson in Rom-Com Adventure ‘Ghosted’
    It looks like actor Chris Evans (Avengers: Endgame) has a new leading lady. Actress Ana de Armas (No Time to Die) has replaced Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) in the upcoming romantic-comedy action flick Ghosted. The original movie for Apple TV will be directed by Dexter Fletcher (Rocketman) and written by... Read more »


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    Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source

  • Netflix is a Joke Comedy Festival announces its 2022 line-up and it includes Gabriel Iglesias headlining Dodger Stadium
    By Kelli Skye Fadroski, Daily News Netflix is bringing back its Netflix is a Joke Comedy Festival in 2022 with more … Continue reading Netflix is a Joke Comedy Festival announces its 2022 line-up and it includes Gabriel Iglesias headlining Dodger Stadium → The post Netflix is a Joke Comedy Festival... Read more »
  • Education leaders serving Latino students rethink college equity post-pandemic
    By Nicole Acevedo, NBC News As higher education leaders mark 25 years since the creation of Hispanic-serving institutions, they’re assessing how … Continue reading Education leaders serving Latino students rethink college equity post-pandemic → The post Education leaders serving Latino students rethink college equity post-pandemic appeared first on Hispanic Network Magazine... Read more »
  • Afro-Latinx Artist Reyna Noriega Is Using Art to Uplift Brown and Black Women
    By Shayne Rodriguez Thompson, Pop Sugar In 2017, Afro-Latinx visual artist Reyna Noriega began her career as a full-time creator. … Continue reading Afro-Latinx Artist Reyna Noriega Is Using Art to Uplift Brown and Black Women → The post Afro-Latinx Artist Reyna Noriega Is Using Art to Uplift Brown and... Read more »
  • 7 Options if You Didn’t Receive Enough Financial Aid
    If you did not receive enough financial aid to cover your school expenses, you have seven ways to fill the … Continue reading 7 Options if You Didn’t Receive Enough Financial Aid → The post 7 Options if You Didn’t Receive Enough Financial Aid appeared first on Hispanic Network Magazine... 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

  • 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 »
  • 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 »
  • Appendix: Additional tables
    The post Appendix: Additional tables appeared first on Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project.... 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 »
  • 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 »
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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

  • Democrats Battling to Include Immigration in the Build Back Better Act
    Senate Democrats have made their third attempt to include immigration procedures in the Build Back Better Act using a technical procedure. The process is called budget reconciliation, meaning the bill could pass with a simple majority of 51 votes and not require 60 votes to overcome a filibuster. It will... Read more »
  • Two Latino Marine Veterans Fight Deportation
    For Valente and Manuel Valenzuela, both Marine Corps Vietnam veterans, face deportation and are currently fighting to stay in the only country they have known their whole lives. Valente decided to go into exile in Mexico while Manuel has become an activist fighting against their deportation, taking their case to... Read more »
  • Multiple states will stop the use of dehumanizing terms used for immigrants
    For Democratic legislator Luz Rivas, the term “alien” meant that her family did not belong in the United States. In immigration terms, it meant that her mother was not a United States citizen, even though they were going through the naturalization process. The use of the term “alien” has been... Read more »
  • Democrats Fight to Include Immigration in ‘Build Back Better’ Bill
    Democrats continue to fight to secure protections for undocumented immigrants. Their latest attempt is to include immigration in the “Build Back Better” economic bill, which would expand the U.S. social safety net. Some Democrats have stated that they would not support the economic bill unless immigration is included. House Speaker,... Read more »
  • Overworked, Underpaid Immigration Detainees Owed Millions in Back Pay
    The GEO Group, operator of a for-profit detention center, violated Washington’s minimum wage laws, and owes $17.3 million in back pay to immigration detainees.  Washington’s attorney general sued the GEO group in 2017, it was determined that the company only paid detainees $1 per day. The company reported over $2... Read more »