America’s Leading Corporate Member Organization Looks to Elevate Visibility And Streamline Policy in Nation’s Capital Continue reading National Minority Supplier Development Council Hosts Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C.
Teresa Delgado is only in her early thirties but her love of Star Wars is decades old. She was one of the many self-proclaimed fangirls who attended last week’s Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida. From her home in Austin, Texas this high school teacher is a podcasting maven in her spare time. Acting as a co-host to six different podcasts on Star Wars, Disney movies, galactic fashions and a range of other geeky topics – she’s turned her hobby into a fandom empire. She also lends her hand to writing for a Star Wars website run by aficionados of the franchise. Continue reading Meet Teresa Delgado, a Fangirl Who Turned Her Love of ‘Star Wars’ Into a Podcast Empire
Known for its eclectic blending of Latin classics, American rock and Mexican folk music, La Santa Cecilia will soon be releasing its new visual album, “Amar y Vivir.” Continue reading La Santa Cecilia’s Upcoming Visual Album Is a Love Letter to Its Mexican Culture
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Heavy metal band Korn has been around since the ’90s, but they just happened to add a new, fresh face to its group of tatted musicians. Continue reading Korn Adds a 12-Year-Old Latino Bassist to Their Band
The LGBT Asylum Project is non-profit organization exclusively dedicated to providing pro-bono legal representation for LGBT immigrants who are fleeing persecution and seeking asylum in the United States. Continue reading The LGBT Asylum Project
The 25th Annual HACR Symposium will take place Monday, May 1 – Tuesday, May 2, 2017, at the Westin Book Cadillac in Detroit! Continue reading Don’t Forget to Save the Date for the 25th Annual HACR Symposium!
“I am proud of my background and … of what I have overcome to get here.” Continue reading Latina Accepted By 11 Med Schools Has A Message For Those Who Credit Affirmative Action
Natalie Morales, TODAY show News Anchor and Third-Hour Co-Host, along with NBC’s Erica Hill and Carolyn Manno, recently hosted and ran the 2016 MORE/SHAPE Women’s Half-Marathon and kicked off one of the largest women’s-only half-marathons in the country. The race, held by Meredith’s SHAPE magazine in conjunction with the New York Road Runners (NYRR), took place in April and drew 10,000 female runners and walkers of all ages, from around the world, to New York’s Central Park. Continue reading Celebrities With Big Hearts
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Diversity is a sensitive and often controversial topic, and employers take great strides to maintain and ensure a diverse workforce. Continue reading Enhance Workplace Diversity by Doing These Three Things