It's safe to say that Latinos do love food. Yes. We eat tacos, empanadas, churros, quesadillas, etc. However, that doesn't mean launch a campaign on us celebrating Hispanic heritage that centers around food. Yet that's what DC Comics decided to do.
Sal Pérez is a first-generation Mexican American with more than 14 years of experience producing international and domestic content for the nonprofit organization behind the popular children’s series.
Almost one year since I have written my last post. No excuses but since then things have dramatically changed in my life. I won't bore you but in September 2021 I moved back to Philadelphia! And I must say, Philly has also changed. There has been an influx of young Latinos doing amazing things in... Continue Reading →
98% of Latino-Hispanic people do not identify with Latinx. The most preferred words were Hispanic and Latino/Latina.
Greenwood, a digital mobile banking platform made for Black & Latinx customers. Our best-in-class services include virtual bank card accounts that give back.
Hispanic Heritage Month (normally) recognizes and celebrates the contributions Americans tracing their roots to Spain, Mexico, Central America, South American and the Spanish-speaking nations of the Caribbean have made to American society and culture.
Friends of the American Latino Museum (FRIENDS) announced a victory in its quarter century-long campaign to establish a museum of American Latino history. The House of Representatives approved the National Museum of the American Latino Act.
I was an avid Goya product buyer; especially this year during the COVID-19 pandemic. But now obviously I'm not.
We have come to that time of year when Wallet Hub ranks the most & least ethnically diverse cities in the U.S. We have to remember that diverse does not only include racial or ethnic backgrounds. According to Wallet Hub, to identify the most ethnically diverse places in the country, they compare more than 500... Continue Reading →