The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) today announced $1.7 million in funding to build research capacity at land-grant tribal colleges and universities. Funding is made through NIFA’s Tribal Colleges Research Grants Program (TCRGP). Continue reading USDA Announces $1.7 Million to Support Research at Tribal Colleges and Universities
Mail just got a lot more stylish, thanks to the new stamps which honor the life of the iconic late fashion designer Oscar de la Renta. Continue reading Oscar de la Renta Is Honored with Postage Stamp
The ERG & Council Honors Award™ is the premiere annual national award that recognizes, honors and celebrates the outstanding contributions and achievements of Employee Resource Groups and Diversity Councils. These groups lead the diversity and inclusion process within their organizations and demonstrate results in their workforce, workplace and marketplace. Continue reading ERG & Council Honors Award™ Application Is Now Open!
The 2017 ERG & Council Honors Award™ application process is now open! Continue reading How To Apply For The 2017 ERG & Council Honors Award
There has been a lot of focus on whether Tom Flores, the first Hispanic starting quarterback and the first minority head coach to win a Super Bowl, will be entered into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Continue reading NFL Coaching Great Tom Flores: ‘Proud’ to be Pioneer to Hispanic Kids
NASA’s youngest researcher Yair Israel Piña López, 20, might be on his way to Mars. Continue reading NASA’s Youngest Researcher Poised To Be First Mexican On Mars
Creating an avenue for diversity through the cultural phenomenon, Hamilton Continue reading Lin-Manuel Miranda Raps His Way to a Revolution
It’s easy to say that 2017 has already been a landmark year for Jane the Virgin. Shall we count the ways? 1. Actress Gina Rodriguez, who plays the titular character, was up for a Golden Globe. 2. The show’s highly anticipated midseason premiere aired on Jan. 23. 3. The telenovela was renewed for season four. Oh, and 4. A major character died. It has been a banner year and February has barely begun. Continue reading ‘Jane the Virgin’ actor Jaime Camil talks Latino stereotypes and Mexican cinema in the era of Trump
By Erica Sabino
Jorge Ramos, an award-winning TV journalist, is one of the most recognized Latino leaders in America. He was hailed “Star newscaster of Hispanic TV” by Wall Street Journal in 2000 and was part of Time magazine’s list of the “25 Most Influential Hispanics in the United States” in 2005. More recently, he was placed on Fortune’s 2016 list of “World’s 50 Greatest Leaders” and was the only U.S. journalist to be included. Continue reading Jorge Ramos- Influential TV journalist advocates nonstop for the Latino Community
It’s been six years since one of the greatest canine trainers in the world appeared on our cover for Hispanic Network Magazine. In our 2010 Summer issue, we featured our conversation with celerity dog behaviorist Cesar Millan, in which he talked about his inspiration for working with dogs, how he came about introducing that work into show business, and even advice on what to do if you’re a first-time dog owner. Remember folks, it’s “exercise, discipline, and then affection!” Continue reading Cesar Millan- With a new show and engagement, Cesar’s “pack” is complete!