The contributions of Latinos to American history and culture can be traced back hundreds of years. In fact, the oldest continuously occupied European settlement in the country was established in 1565 by the Spanish admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, in St. Augustine, Florida. Continue reading ¡FELIZ ANIVERSARIO! The Smithsonian Latino Center Enters Its Third Decade
Leading up to the release of her 11th studio album El Dorado on May 26, fans will be happy to learn that Shakira is opening up about the project on three episodes of Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio. Shakira will host a three-part bilingual series where she will shed light on the creative process behind the record and her development as an artist. Alongside major releases like Drake’s Views, Beats 1 interviews have become high-profile events for superfans to learn about albums for the first time. Following two wildly successful collabs with Prince Royce and Maluma, and a three-year break since her last album, Shakira’s appearances on Beats 1 should be no different. Continue reading Shakira to Host the First Spanish-Language Episode on Beats 1 Radio
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2017 AISES National Conference. Held annually, the conference is the premier event for American Indian science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students and professionals. Continue reading Registration for the 2017 AISES National Conference is Now Open!
When you think mariachis, you probably think a group of men in their iconic black suits and hats. But you haven’t met the group Mariachi Flor de Toloache. Continue reading Not Your Typical Mariachis: Meet the Women of Flor de Toloache
Hispanic entrepreneurs optimistic about growth, lean on strong support systems.
Actor and comedian Cheech Marin, who for decades has been a noted collector of Chicano art, is teaming up with the city of Riverside and the Riverside Art Museum to create a Chicano art center. Continue reading Cheech Marin teams up with city of Riverside and Riverside Art Museum to develop Chicano art center
osefina Lopez has an amazing story: she grew up in a modest neighborhood in the heart of the city’s east side and went on to co-write a hit movie that made America Ferrera a star. Since then, she has harnessed her success to give Latino youth a space to explore – and succeed – in the performing arts. Continue reading In Her L.A. Neighborhood, Playwright Josefina Lopez Creates a ‘Casa’ for the Performing Arts
There is simply no stopping America Ferrera. The famed actress and activist is teaming up with Hearst Magazines Digital Media for a multiplatform content partnership that will work with Ferrera’s new organization, Harness. Continue reading America Ferrera Announces New Docuseries to Celebrate Activists Making a Difference
By: Deborah Peters, International Business Accelerator
One way of looking at your life, your relationships, your health and your business or career is identifying what you don’t want it to look like or what you don’t like about it. It is human nature to see things or observe circumstances that we don’t want and is often the catalyst to identifying what we do want. Continue reading 5 Easy Steps to Push Through to the Next Level
Design Influence – Pottery of the Hopi Tribe of the American Southwest Continue reading PENDLETON® introduces the 2017 American Indian College Fund Blanket in partnership with creative agency Wieden+Kennedy