Politics aside, Washington, D.C., has undergone a remarkable transition in recent years. Its dining scene has evolved from cookie-cutter steakhouses and chain restaurants (plus a reliable handful of Ethiopian-American destinations), to boldly creative bars and restaurants showcasing culinary influences from the Mid-Atlantic and around the world. Continue reading A Latino Wine Company Is Challenging Perceptions in Washington, D.C.
If one thing is clear as we start 2019, it’s that America is changing. According to a Claritas report (registration required), in the United States today, there are 131 million multicultural Americans, making up 37.5% of the U.S. population, with Hispanics accounting for the largest portion at 19.6%.
Minority groups now represent the majority of the population in more than 400 U.S. counties. There can be no doubt that America is becoming multicultural and that Hispanics are a significant part of this change. Continue reading The Hispanic consumer has a major impact on the 2019 U.S. markets
Yalitza Aparicio, who was just nominated for best actress in a leading role, gives a compelling and honest performance in her role as the family’s nanny, Cleo. Continue reading Schoolteacher Yalitza Aparicio earns Oscar nomination for lead role in ‘Roma’
“When I see that cute little girl with her pretty brown skin, it makes me melt,” said actress Gina Rodriguez, who is Carmen in the animated series. Continue reading Young adults are hyped for ‘Carmen Sandiego’ Netflix series with ‘badass Latina’
LATV Network, the original national, bicultural television network — which recently kicked off its second decade of programming — is excited to announce the launch of its groundbreaking weekly talk show “Glitterbomb”, premiering on the network this fall. Continue reading First LGBTQ Latinx Talk Show on Nationwide Television
Adrian Rivera-Reyes, a democratic socialist, has officially announced his City Council at-large bid as “a nontraditional candidate.” Continue reading This 26-Year-Old Latino Biologist Wants to Become Philly’s First Gay Councilman
How one woman overcame adversity and found success in space.
Diana Trujillo has always looked to the stars.
Growing up in Colombia during the 1980s, a place and time known for its civil unrest, she would stargaze to escape from the danger in her country. “I knew there had to be something better than this,” she recalls, adding, “Somewhere better than where I was.”
It’s that yearning which pushed Trujillo to immigrate to the United States with only $300 in her pocket, receive a degree in aerospace mechanics and biomechanics, and become one of the first Hispanic women to break into the aerospace industry.
Is college the best choice for you?
For generations, high school students like you have been told that a college degree is the route to success and financial security. Continue reading Is college the only path? Picking the education that’s best for you
You know enough to regularly update you resume—so if you find a job posting you’re interested in, you’re halfway through the application process. Continue reading How to Write an Impressive Cover Letter From Scratch in 30 Minutes
Patty Delgado understands Latina millennials living in America and who are trying to pursue their own version of the American dream because that is what her own hustle consists of. Continue reading How Knowing Her Worth Is Helping This CEO Build A Latinx Lifestyle Brand