Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Trump Set to Face Latino Protests in Chicago

Donald Trump is set to appear at the University of Illinois Chicago on Friday and the news of his appearance has been met with opposition from the university’s staff and students, along with leaders of Chicago’s Latino community. The U.S. Census states that 28.9 percent of Chicago’s residents identify as Hispanic. In order to show […]

Introducing Something Spanglish, a New Series: Nydia Gutierrez “Latinos and Community with a Texas Twist”

Something Spanglish is a new, biweekly blogging series penned by our very own Latinovations team. We aim to tap our experiences to bring insight and observations from our eyes to our readers and community. Exploring an array of topics – from Latinos and the environment to immigration to identity – Something Spanglish will opine issues, events […]

Comentarios From Maria: Latinos Will Vote For the Future of the Community

In 2012, we saw that the Hispanic vote tipped the political scale in favor of President Obama, and tomorrow, November 4th, we will witness how the Latino electorate could potentially play a decisive role in the results of the upcoming midterm elections – IF WE ALL GO OUT TO VOTE. Latinos must understand that there […]

Join The Conversation: Climate Change and the Latino Community

                      As stakeholders and concerned citizens, Latinos in the United States are among the strongest proponents and supporters of enduring government action to effectively address the widespread consequences of climate change and air pollution. “Action on climate change is a very high priority for Latinos—regardless […]

NCLR 2012 Annual Conference Livestreaming Events

The National Council of La Raza’s (NCLR) 2012 Annual Conference, “Lead The Way,” kicks off today in Las Vegas, NV, for four days packed with learning and development, networking and organizing, entertainment and enjoyment. The Conference will feature over fifty workshops, four town halls, five key meal events which include the Latinas Brunch and the […]

Latinovations Announces Partnership with VOXXI.com

Latinovations announces its partnership with VOXXI, a leading site for independent news and commentary for the acculturated Latino. The multi-platform site, which focuses on issues important to the U.S. Latino community, reports on current news and features insightful analysis and thought provoking blogs. As an independent voice, VOXXI is committed to transforming the digital media […]

Maria Cardona on NPR’s Michael Eric Dyson Show

Listen to Maria Cardona on NPR’s Michael Eric Dyson Show as she discusses the importance of Latina mothers in the upcoming 2012 presidential elections and the results of the Mamiverse.com/impreMedia/Latino Decision poll.

Poll Shows Florida Latina Moms Support President Obama, not Compelled by GOP

The results of a flash poll released this week by Mamiverse.com, impreMedia, and Latino Decisions, that reveals the issues most important to the country’s fastest growing demographic, shows that President Obama enjoys considerable support from Florida Latina Moms, who also find the GOP “less than compelling.” Conducted in partnership with Latino Decisions, a Washington DC […]

Republicans Introduce Measures to Deny Citizenship under 14th Amendment

Republican Senators David Vitter of Louisiana and Rand Paul of Kentucky, have introduced a measure to change the 14th Amendment of the constitution calling for an to end automatic citizenship to children born to undocumented immigrants, unless one parent is a US citizen, a legal immigrant, an active member of the armed forces or a […]