Proud to be Bilingual

Friday 28th of April 2017

Hollywood Needs More Latino Voices

April 17th, 2017 by HMW

By Rick Jervis , USA TODAY Walking through the meeting halls of the JW Marriott Marquis Miami recently, I ran into a slew of Latino bloggers, Latino tech entrepreneurs and Latino journalists. Noticeably missing: Latino filmmakers. I was in Miami participating in Hispanicize, the annual…

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Hispanic Contractor Wants to Build Mexico Wall

April 13th, 2017 by HMW

By Parker Lee President Trump’s border wall, once a laughable idea for his critics, now seems a step closer to completion every day. With guidelines and a timetable set, American construction firms have already begun bidding on the project. As CNN reports, the owners of those…

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Latinos Diversity Requires Different Health Approaches

April 13th, 2017 by HMW

A Report from Ethnicity & Health Not all Latinos face the same health challenges, suggesting that public health approaches may need to be tailored based on needs of the diverse groups within the Latino population, new research from Oregon State University indicates. Much of the…

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Black and Proud. Even if Strangers Can’t Tell

April 13th, 2017 by HMW

By REBECCA CARROLL My 11-year-old is understated, but not shy. He likes to bake, loves video games, is loyal to his friends and, biased as I may be, is a pretty good-looking kid. He gets mad sometimes, though, that people don’t immediately register him as…

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José de Córdoba, Inescapably Cuban: An Exile Returns

April 13th, 2017 by HMW

José de Córdoba, Wall Street Journal correspondent, who fled Cuba with his family in 1960, returns to Havana to take stock of his homeland and to reflect on what it means to be Cuban. Video: Gabe Johnson/Saddam Sanchez Soto

Where Are the Latinos in Catholic Schools?

April 13th, 2017 by HMW

By Jack Sheedy in Bristol, Ct Hosffman Ospino had a question for 300 Catholic educators: “What happened to the million?” He was referring to a challenge by Notre Dame University in 2007 to increase the Catholic school enrollment of Hispanic and Latino children from 290,000…

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