Two Latino civil rights organizations that have blazed trails in our community are a study in contrasts. One works below the radar, litigating knotty issues like employer discrimination and bilingual education. The other lobbies Congress and adds Hollywood...Read More
This winter, net neutrality has snowballed into the tech battle of the decade, and most Americans are just starting to take notice. But the implications could be significant, and impact anyone who goes online.
Just what is net neutrality, anyway? The benign-sounding.... Read More
It was sold as the long sought solution to the problems Latinos have in getting access to health care. But the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), or Obamacare, has been a lot bumpier than expected. In many states, Latinos will be the most likely to fall through the cracks of the new law aimed at providing nearly every American with...Read More
Far from the headline-grabbing violence and drug trafficking, something more profound is emerging from Mexico, drawing people from throughout Europe and the United States.
The renewed interest in Toltec wisdom is less of a trend...Read More
In a sunny office across the Potomac in Washington, D.C., two Latina power brokers are busy changing hearts and minds.
D&P Creative Strategies is not your stereotypical beltway consulting firm. The “D” stands for Ingrid Durán and behind the “P” is... Read More
LATINO Magazine recently presented AHORA Student Days in Lancaster, California and the Rio Grande Valley in Texas. These events brought together high school students with outstanding role models from corporate America, the Federal government, U.S. Armed Forces and other careers. Each AHORA Student Day consisted of an interactive panel...Read More
The 2013 Latino Education Conference took place on October 23 in our nation’s capital just after Congress was back in session after the government shutdown. LATINO Magazine’s fourth annual event brought together several hundred Latino opinion leaders...Read More