Latina mommy bloggers have set out on a mission this summer and that mission is to get your children reading.
An article published by the New York Times in December, titled “For Young Latino Readers, An image is Missing,” set off the alarms alerting to … [Read More]
La cultura Latina was in full effect in Los Angeles last weekend as various Latin music, art, and literature events took place all over the city. My Saturday night, May 18th, started by stopping by the RemezcLAB kickoff party, a celebration to announce … [Read More]
To Hablar or no Hablar? That is the question that many are asking themselves after news of a couple of Whole Foods grocery store employees being suspended, allegedly, on account of speaking Spanish while on the clock.
The two employees, who work at an … [Read More]
Stereotypical thinking is so easy to adopt. It’s almost like breathing. There are so many influences in our lives that cause us to adopt stereotypes.
The American Heritage Dictionary defines “stereotype” as a “conventional, formulaic, and … [Read More]
Thousands of protesters in Brazil are overtaking the streets of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro lashing out at the Brazilian government as frustrations rise over poor transportation, health services, education, and security despite recent tax hikes. All this as … [Read More...]
It’s that time again. Home Depot is a proud sponsor of the Mexican National Fútbol Team. They’re such fans that they have a dedicated Twitter handle (@HomeDepotFutbol) just to share fútbol insights, information and giveaways. To celebrate their upcoming … [Read More]