Yo Soy, I Am…
U.S. Latinos, we come in all shapes, colors, and backgrounds but we share one important thing in common, our love for our cultura! Whether your roots are Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central, or South American; whether you are first, second, or even third generation, your Latinidad shines through!
Unaccompanied immigrant minors face major immigration court hurdles.
Nearly 800,000 immigrants are in an unknown limbo as a result of U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration axing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. View Story
Phil Suarez is scoring big — and proving he’s in a league of his own.
As the saying goes, “A mentor enables you to achieve but it’s the hero that shows you what achievement looks like.” No one shows it better than today’s special guest on this episode of Changemakers. View interview
Gusto! – Chef Claudia Sandoval’s Recipe for Success
She started out as an amateur home cook and ended up a Master Chef. Claudia Sandoval, winner of the sixth season of MasterChef U.S. and the first Latina to win the coveted title, has a new gig – judge. Read More
What every Latinx entrepreneur should know.
Latinx-owned businesses would rather use personal funds, either from their personal savings or close acquaintances, than external sources such as venture capital. Carolina Huaranca, a venture capitalist (VC) and principal at Kapor Capital, shares her insight on the challenges and areas of improvement for Latinx entrepreneurs.
Andrea Arroyo: Her art is her voice.
The Mexican-born Arroyo is an award-winning artist, illustrator, curator and sought-after lecturer and speaker. She uses her art to express her passions and as a means of advocacy. View Interview