Miami – The National Council of La Raza on Tuesday launched the Florida operation of its national Mobilize to Vote, or M2V, campaign to promote voter registration among about 800,000 Hispanics in a state that is considered to be key for the November elections.
Written By Gabriela Guadalupe Fox News Latino I am a Hispanic undergraduate student at Florida International University and when I graduate in 2014, I need a job. The big question is where will I find one?
by Paul Begala Have Romney’s relentless attacks on Latinos sent the right off an electoral cliff? For generations, we Texans gave our boys names like William Travis and Sam Houston. Know what the No. 1 name for boys in Texas is today? No, not Rick Perry or George W. For 14 of the last 15 … Continue reading
By Kyle Munzenrieder The amount of Florida middle and high school students who have used drugs, cigarettes or alcohol continues to decline according to the latest survey by the State’s Department of Children and Families.
Julio A. Fuentes, President, CEO & Founder of the Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Florida’s first and only statewide business advocacy organization, specifically focused on the Hispanic business community in Florida
– Written with Ann Garcia. Republican presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney oncetacitly supported immigration reform. Sadly, his recent embrace of hard-line immigration positions
Students make an announcement at a weekly Hispanic Student Union meeting. Photo by Jude Joffe-Block. By Jude Joffe-Block Rancho’s Hispanic Student Union LAS VEGAS — In Las Vegas, the heart of the Latino community is Rancho High School. The school has become a campaign touchstone for politicians courting Hispanic voters. In fact, during the last … Continue reading
By Fernando Espuelas, Special to CNN (CNN) – Republican political lore has it that Latinos are natural GOP voters. Family-oriented and deeply religious in many cases, Latinos would seem to be a natural segment of the electorate to connect with the Republican social conservative ethos that dominates today’s GOP.
By Teresa Wiltz – America’s Wire Amy Wilkins, vice president for government affairs and communications at the Education Trust Washington, DC (January 18, 2012) — Educators are expressing alarm that the performance gap between minority and white high school students continues to expand across the United States, with minority teenagers performing at academic levels equal … Continue reading
José Díaz-Balart, chief political analyst for Telemundo by Victoria M. DeFrancesco Soto José Díaz-Balart, chief political analyst for Telemundo, had one important task during the September 7, 2011, Republican debate—to ask the candidates about immigration. Díaz-Balart asked his question, got his answer and was dismissed from the stage. The stereotype was fulfilled; a Latino asked one … Continue reading