With Independence Day just having passed, many reflected about how the holiday – alongside Memorial and Veterans Day – seems to solely focus on Anglo-Americans who lived and fought to make the country what it is. Continue reading Wilmer Valderrama Set to Produce Series About Mexican-American WWII Heroes
Marysol Castro remembers a hot and humid summer day between third and fourth grades. She was playing stickball with her brothers and neighbors in her native Bronx, New York, and she remembers some boys looking at her with disdain when she hit her first home run. Continue reading Marysol Castro, Mets’ first female PA announcer and MLB’s first Latina, hits it out of the park
Confused about the planning, legal and regulatory steps you should follow? Did you know that home-based businesses are required to hold permits to operate legally in most states? What about incorporation? Continue reading Starting a Business? Steps every entrepreneur needs to know
According to the Census Bureau, an estimated 57.5 million Hispanics live in the U.S., accounting for approximately 18% of the country’s population.
Continue reading What makes HISPANIC Network Magazine a top minority magazine?
Netflix has greenlit another international series. Continue reading Netflix Orders Mexican Drama Series ‘Monarca’ From Salma Hayek
By Kate Rahbari
Even if my high school self could teleport to the future to witness my accomplishments with my own eyes, I would still deny what I see today. I am one of only a handful of Native Americans in medical school, and I am in my third year of a dual MD-PhD program. For many, these are marks of hard work and success. But for me, they are marks of luck and circumstance.
Continue reading We Are Not Alone
By Karen Turtle
A professional career tends to develop in quite distinct stages. Early careers are often defined by uncertainty—this is a period where the learning curve can be at its steepest, and is also, for those go-getters among us, a time where progression up the ladder is frequently at its fastest.
Continue reading Are You Ready to Apply for an Executive MBA?
When it comes to the Oscars, we know it’s just an honor to be nominated. But we should also remember that getting invited to be part of the Academy is as rare and welcome an honor. Continuing its mission to shake up the near 100-year-old organization, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts And Sciences added 928 new members from 59 countries this year. Continue reading These Are the Latinos Invited to Join the Academy of Motion Pictures This Year
In a stunning primary upset, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — a young socialist activist, woman of color and political newcomer — has unseated leading House Democrat Rep. Joe Crowley in New York’s deep-blue 14th Congressional District. Continue reading Who Is Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez?
Estefan will play the baby sister and archnemesis to the show’s grandmother, Lydia, played by the legendary Rita Moreno.
Fans of the Netflix show “One Day at a Time” will have even more to look forward to in Season 3 — renowned singer, songwriter and actress Gloria Estefan announced on Instagram that she will be guest starring in the show.
Continue reading Gloria Estefan will play Rita Moreno’s feisty sister in Season 3 of ‘One Day at a Time’