Education is an important part of our lives. Some of us move on to get multiple degrees and some of us graduate from a 4-year university and that's it. For some however, it's difficult to get an education. This is why I was pleased to find out that undocumented immigrant Santiago Potes is the first... Continue Reading →
I was an avid Goya product buyer; especially this year during the COVID-19 pandemic. But now obviously I'm not.
Although Hispanic Heritage Month did end last Tuesday, October 15, this doesn't mean we have to limit ourselves on celebrating our influences around the country. Here are a few highlights from the last month: Pew Research center states that a record 32 million Latinos are projected to be eligible to vote in 2020, up from... Continue Reading →