Twenty-seven years after the Losers’ Club defeated Pennywise, IT has returned. Now adults, the Losers have gone their separate ways, but with people disappearing again in Derry, Mike calls them back home. Damaged by Continue reading IT: Chapter Two
Piraguas, acrylic nails and the GWB! The first full-length trailer of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s upcoming “In The Heights” film has dropped, and for fans of the hit Broadway show, which the movie is based on, it feels like they’ve won the lottery. Continue reading Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘In The Heights’ Trailer Celebrates Latinx Stories On The Big Screen
Reading books by Latina writers taught me our stories were worthy of being told.
I grew up in Bushwick, Brooklyn, in the 1980s, in what felt like a forgotten neighborhood. Abandoned buildings loomed over piles Continue reading I Was ‘Too Much’ for Boarding School. But I Had the Garcia Sisters.
No one hustled harder than Jennifer Lopez, and it paid off recently when the entertainer scored a Golden Globes nomination for her role as veteran stripper Ramona Vega in “Hustlers.” Continue reading Jennifer Lopez Scores Golden Globe Nomination For Best Supporting Actress
Latinos account for 52 percent of all U.S. population growth
By Antonio Flores, Mark Hugo Lopez and Jens Manuel Krogstad
The U.S. Hispanic population reached a record 59.9 million in 2018, up 1.2 million over the previous year and up from 47.8 million in 2008, according to Continue reading U.S. Hispanic Population Reaches Record High
By Dateline Staff
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities has chosen UC Davis’ Raquel Aldana as one of 24 fellows for the association’s inaugural Presidential Leadership Academy Continue reading Meet Raquel Aldana: A Leader Increasing Hispanic Representation
By Neal Morrison, City Career Fair
This is one of the most asked questions by candidates during my many years of producing the Annual Diversity Employment Day Career Fairs and Continue reading What Not to Do in an Interview
A new nationwide survey conducted by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) concludes that for Latinos love is the top word that sparks the meaning of family and almost the majority (72%) include close friends in their definition of family. Continue reading For Latinos the Definition of What Makes a Family is Broader and More Likely to Include Very Close Friends
Empowerment. It’s a cornerstone of Prospanica’s mission. Founded in 1988, Prospanica, formally the National Society of Hispanic MBAs, strives to empower the Hispanic and Latin community to achieve its Continue reading Prospanica creates scholarship fund, assisting students pursuing undergraduate and post-graduate degrees