Jennifer Lopez to play real-life drug lord, Griselda Blanco.
I currently live in Fairfax, VA where there is no Colombian influence whatsoever. When I moved here in 2015, I asked myself, "Where can I grab authentic Colombian food." The reply was, "You have to go to Silver Spring, MD." Not ideal. However, in May 2019 I was pleasantly surprised to see the opening of... Continue Reading →
The country's Latino population’s purchasing power tripled from 2006 through 2016, increasing from half-a-billion dollars to $1.5 trillion.
As the country continues to face challenges on immigration reform and the president's fight to "build the wall," Wallet Hub recently released its report on 2019's Economic Impact of Immigration by State. Wallethub compared all 50 states and Washington, D.C. across 20 key metrics including median household income of foreign-born population and jobs generated by... Continue Reading →
The sons and daughters of cartel members give a glimpse into their personal lives as they navigate adulthood and the effects of their family legacies.
Do you know who the Blue Beetle is? If not, you will soon enough learn about Mexican-American Jaime Reyes.
"America is a place where dreams can become real, but today the promise of this country is out of reach for far too many. I'm exploring a candidacy for the President of the United States to renew that very promise."
Every morning, 23 million Americans suffering from diabetes must make careful decisions to manage their daily living: what to eat, what to drink, how to exercise – and even what toothpaste to use.
We all love lists; especially end of year lists. Hispanic Executive Magazine recently released their top 10 líderes. What do they all have in common? Not only have they made an impact in their own respective fields, but they have all also made a contribution to the Latino Donor Collaborative (LDC) LDC works to reframe... Continue Reading →