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Give back on this #GivingTuesday!

Nearly half of all Americans took part in Black Friday or Cyber Monday shopping this weekend -- a great time to find gifts for your friends and family. But today is #GivingTuesday, a day dedicated to giving back and showing support for great causes. Today we join you...

Setting the Record Straight: Latinos and the Economy

Now that Thanksgiving is over, Latinos, like many Americans, will head to the shops to take advantage of holiday deals at malls across the country. This stands in contrast with the many myths and mischaracterizations of our community. The Latino community's...

On the Issues: One Year after DACA/DAPA Executive Action

Next week, families and friends across the country will gather for a special celebration of thanks giving. Beyond the turkey or tamales or lechón and whatever succulent trimmings comprise your feast, next Thursday night will truly be about the warmth of having your...

On the Issues: Latinos and the Enviornment

If you grew up in a Mexican family, you may remember that the butter container did not always contain butter and that the Danish cookies tin was sometimes full of buttons and threads. Chances are, you may have a recollection of a childhood disillusionment upon finding...

Howard Hernandez – #thefirsts

"My name is Howard Hernandez and I am a First. I am a native Angelino, one of seven siblings of parents from San Antonio. My father served in the Second World War, and in 1970, at the age of 19, I enlisted in the United States Army. I am a combat Vietnam War Veteran...

Latino Victory Project’s reaction to GOP Presidential debate

Please see below for Latino Victory Project's reaction to the Fox-WSJ GOP debate on November 10, 2015: Pili Tobar, Spokesperson for Latino Victory Project said, "Tonight's debate further solidified the fact that the Republican presidential candidates are out of touch...

Edgar Rodriguez- #thefirsts

"I am the first person in my family to serve in the U.S. military and graduate from college. I was born in Monterrey, Mexico and immigrated with my family to Florida when I was 5 years old. We lived in the U.S. for many years under an undocumented status later gaining...

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