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First Lady Michelle Obama Will Discuss Key Issues Impacting Hispanic Families with Mamiverse.com’s Latina Moms

On Tuesday, July 10th at 12:45pm, the Dewey Square Group and Latinovations’ own Maria Cardona, who is also a contributing political editor to Mamiverse.com and CNN political contributor, will be hosting an intimate and important conversation with First Lady Michelle Obama and four Latina mothers from Mamiverse.com at Barbara Goleman High School in Miami Lakes, FL.

“Like everyone in America, Latina moms just want to be heard and understood,” said Mamiverse.com political editor and chat moderator, Maria Cardona. “The First Lady is an inspiration to moms everywhere, and her effort to start a conversation with Latina moms about the future we want to build for our children will help ensure our voices are heard in this election.”

The event will be live streamed and you are invited to watch and join the conversation through www.mamiverse.com and Twitter by following @mamiverse, @LatinosForObama, and the #Latinos2012 hashtag. Participants can also go to the website now and enter questions for the First Lady ahead of time.

With the exponential growth of the Latino community and Latina mothers poised to be one of the biggest swing votes for this upcoming election, Mamiverse.com CEO and Founder Rene Alegria says that “[w]e are just now starting to understand the effect we will have in shaping America’s future. Our moms, thankfully, are leading the charge.”

Latina moms are an increasingly powerful demographic in America, whose amplified clout at both the voting booth and in the shopping aisle has been acknowledged by politicians and corporations alike. Understanding the thoughts and lives of Latina mothers has become more and more important with the extraordinary population shifts occurring in this country, especially as it tilts in favor of the booming Latino community with 1 in 4 babies born in America are by way of Latina moms. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Latinos are the largest minority in the U.S., and accounted for 55% of the overall U.S. population growth between 2000-2010.

“We could not be more honored to have the First Lady join us for this conversation. Hispanics in America find ourselves at a pivotal cultural crossroad,” said founder and CEO Rene Alegria.

 

 

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FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA CHATS LIVE WITH MAMIVERSE.COM’S LATINA MOMS TO DISCUSS KEY ISSUES IMPACTING HISPANIC FAMILIES

New York, NY (July 9, 2012)—In a Mamiverse.com exclusive, First Lady Michelle Obama will sit down to chat with four Latinas to discuss their lives as moms, and the key issues impacting Hispanic families across the nation.  The live streaming video chat will take place on Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 12:45 PM EST on Mamiverse.com. Filmed in Miami, and moderated by Maria Cardona, contributing political editor to Mamiverse.com and CNN analyst, the approximately half-hour chat will be aired continuously on the Mamiverse.com platform for future viewings.

“We could not be more honored to have the First Lady join us for this conversation. Hispanics in America find ourselves at a pivotal cultural crossroad,” said founder and CEO Rene Alegria. “We are just now starting to understand the effect we will have in shaping America’s future. Our moms, thankfully, are leading the charge.”

Latina moms are an increasingly powerful demographic in America. Their amplified clout at both the voting booth and in the shopping aisle has been acknowledged by politicians and corporations alike. With extraordinary population shifts occurring in this country, most tilting in favor of the booming Latino community, understanding their thoughts and lives has become more and more important. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Latinos are the largest minority in the U.S., and accounted for 55% of the overall U.S. population growth between 2000-2010.  One in four babies born in America are by way of Latina moms.

“Like everyone in America, Latina moms just want to be heard and understood,” said Mamiverse.com political editor and chat moderator, Maria Cardona. “The First Lady is an inspiration to moms everywhere, and her effort to start a conversation with Latina moms about the future we want to build for our children will help ensure our voices are heard in this election.”

Launched in July 2011, Mamiverse.com is the preeminent site for Latina moms and families in America. With over one million pageviews a month and growing, the site provides culturally focused information on topics such as food, culture, health, money, school, and style.