Over at NBC Latino, Alexandra Campbell Howe writes about the qualities of the new generation of latinas: more hard working, educated, and tech savvy like never before! Click HERE to see full story. Photo: Alexandra Campbell Howe Posted by: Yenesis Alvarez
At NPR’s Latino Rebels, Adrian Florido writes about the start of how latinos began to be counted on the census in the 70’s along with what changes can come about in 2020. Click HERE to read the full story. (Photo by Chelsea Beck/NPR) Posted by: Yenesis Alvarez
“Her name was Maylin Reynoso. She was a 20-year-old girl of Dominican descent from the Bronx, last seen leaving her job at a gas station on July 27. In the days following her disappearance, friends and family shared photos of Reynoso on social media platforms like Tumblr, Facebook, and Instagram, pleading for anyone who had […]
Mexican singer Juan Gabriel, who established himself as one of Latin music’s biggest stars, died Sunday morning in his California home. Gabriel’s publicist confirmed the musician’s death to the Associated Press but provided no details regarding the circumstances. Read his publicists statement HERE (via WashingtonPost). Juan Gabriel was born on January 7, 1950 on Cinco […]
“Pamela Rose Martinez, better known as Bayley, is rising through the WWE ranks. Bailey recently made her debut as Sasha Banks’ tag-team partner, according to We are mitu. Click HERE to read everything you need to know about WWE’s new Latina! Story by: Celia Fernandez @ Latina Magazine
“Anybody who thinks tennis players don’t care about Olympic medals did not see Miami’s Monica Puig hunched over on her knees Saturday night, sobbing on the court after upsetting Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber of Germany 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 to win the first gold medal in any sport for her native Puerto Rico.” (story via […]
“Barcelona may have Gaudí and the glamour, the Ramblas and the sea, but it’s Madrid that has served as a more potent protagonist for some of Spanish cinema’s most resonant directors. It’s a den of spies and scandals that the attractive cuplé singer Charito has to flee from in Rafael Gil’s First World War drama […]
Just because you’re latino doesn’t mean you speak spanish! Some peeps just don’t get it! Latina Magazine killed it with “12 PROBLEMS ALL LATINOS WHO DON’T SPEAK SPANISH WILL UNDERSTAND”! So relatable and hilarious! Click HERE to Read!