I don’t know you, but I was frankly getting tired of all this “Hispanics are great,” “Hispanics are awesome,” “We are all Mexicans” rhetoric. Luckily, the month-long marketing fiesta known as Hispanic Heritage Month is finally over, so media can get their … Continue reading ?
Welcome to the West Wing Week, your guide to everything that's happening at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. This week, the President traveled to Roseburg, Oregon, celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month, and hosted world-class musicians at the White House. Show More Summary
When my parents came to visit me for the first time in Washington, D.C., it coincidentally was a big day for reproductive health: The EACH Woman Act was being introduced. I decided to use that as an opportunity to finally have a talk...Show More Summary
Just recently, Secretary Burwell met with the leadership of the United Farm Workers and Farmworker Justice. There is so much we can learn from these leaders today, and from their predecessors. In 1970, fresh from successfully organizing grape farmworkers, the charismatic chair of the new United Farm Workers Organizing Committee drove hurriedly from San Jose,...
It’s a cultural watershed that children of the Cold War might never have imagined possible. The Cuban ensemble of legendary musicians known as Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club will play the White House on Thursday, October 15, closing out a series of events celebrating Hispanic Heritage month. Show More Summary
Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to recognize the nation's ever-so important growing demographic by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of these leaders for their worldwide achievements. One way to do so is through...Show More Summary
We’re approaching the end of Hispanic Heritage Month (15 September to 15 October) and those channels that cater to Latino audiences have produced lineups of influential movies, rollouts of new series, and even a contest for first-time film-makers looking to break through into television. Show More Summary
The following are three culinary events worth a spot on your calendar. Latino Heritage L.A. is celebrating the final day of Hispanic Heritage Month with a chocolate festival. On Oct. 15, Union Station will be full of local confectioneries and chocolatiers, showcasing their products. There will...
During Hispanic Heritage Month, the AFL-CIO and the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement will be profiling past and present leaders in the intersecting movements to protect and expand the rights of Hispanics, Latinos and working families. Show More Summary
Hispanics — including the almost 2.4 million who make New York City home —— don't have much to celebrate.
The amount of Latino-American entrepreneurs is on the rise. As part of Hispanic Heritage Month in the U.S., Biz2Credit and Small Business Trends are teaming to present a live Webinar this week to provide access to vital information to small business owners and would-be entrepreneurs that fit this category.
National Hispanic Heritage History Month gives Active Guard Reserve soldier Capt. Daniel Lopez-Guerrero a chance to reflect on his past.
Hispanic Heritage Month is all about honoring the historical roots of many Americans and significant periods of history, but it is also an opportunity to combine healthy habits with the best of our culture. To celebrate, choose your favorite music and associated dance from your cultural heritage, grab your partner and dance every day. Show More Summary
Capitalizing on her still positive polling numbers with Latinos, Democrat Hillary Clinton is making the most of Hispanic Heritage Month to bolster her backing in the community and overall nationally. The campaign said Thursday it is launching "Latinos for Hillary" with several events that it will roll out over the next several weeks. Show More Summary
We are celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15-Oct. 15. This is a time when our nation recognizes the significant contributions Latinos make in the United States. We salute the contributions of Latino and immigrant workers and their families to our country and to our workforce. Show More Summary
Hispanic Heritage Month is an annual event that celebrates and spreads awareness of Hispanic and Latino culture. Common Sense Media is joining the celebration by highlighting advice, role models, and great media choices that can help...Show More Summary
During Hispanic Heritage Month, the AFL-CIO and the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) will be profiling past and present leaders in the intersecting movements to protect and expand the rights of Hispanics, Latinos and working families. Show More Summary
For Hispanic Heritage Month, Media Matters looks back at four times Latinos stood up for Hispanic representation in the media to combat xenophobia, anti-immigrant slurs, and attacks on Spanish language. When Jorge Ramos Stood Up Against...Show More Summary
I read something recently that made me catch my breath. It said that 90% of cancers are preventable. Crazy, right? It's Hispanic Heritage Month and I am part of a team of people at MomsRising.org that works at bringing awareness to health topics via a tweet chat called #WellnessWed. Show More Summary
With the recent arrival of Hispanic Heritage Month, a spotlight on Hispanic celebrities is to be expected. The Sofia Vergara’s and J. Lo’s of the world are going to be on everyone's lips from now until October. However, there are other Latin stars who are making all the difference in this very digital world nowadays. Show More Summary