Top 5 Books that will Make Latino Kids Love Reading

Here are the Top 5 books recommended for Latino kids to read. They will surely make kids love to read and instill inspiration, and are perfect for parent-and-child bonding, too.

4 Easy Latin-American Comfort Foods You Totally Have to Try. See the Recipes Here.

Whip out your pots and pans and try these delicious dishes that will surely remind you of home.
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Para Familias Latinas: Reviving Latin American Culture Among Latinos and Hispanics in the US

The 4-H Program aims to revive the Latin American culture among the Latinos and Hispanics in the U.S.
A ‘luchador’ is a superhero-like wrestler, who performs in professional wrestling of Mexico known as ‘Lucha Libre.’

Luchadores Featured in Latino PSA to Deliver Helpful COVID-19 Information in Spanish

To ensure that most vulnerable Latino populations receive vital public health advisories about COVID-19, d expósito & Partners developed a Public Service Announcement or PSA in Spanish that is currently running on CNN en Espanol, Telemundo and Univision via its campaign dubbed, "Lucha vs. El Virus".
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Uncovering the Identity of the Red Queen of the Mayan Palenque Kingdom

In 1994, a team of researchers stumbled upon a temple near the famous Mayan Kingdom of Palenque. Inside, they found a tomb that would become one of the largest Mayan archaeological findings in history.
An indigenous woman cycles nears Cohana Bay on the shores of Titicaca lake, some 110 km (68 miles) northwest of La Paz

Minorities Hit Harder by the COVID-19 Pandemic: Here are the Reasons Why

COVID-19 has hit minorities harder. Indeed, the disproportionate effect of this pandemic on Latino and black communities has turned out to be a defining part of this global health crisis.
The six-year graduation rate for students of color in Ohio is approximately 30 percent, comparable to the black students across the country at 40 percent.

Low Graduation Rates Among Latino and Black College Students Observed in Ohio

Hundreds of Latino students and blacks have enrolled at the Kent State University Ashtabula during the past 10 years but, based on records, only a few of them have attained success.
In this time of, Netflix has become the most wanted companion of every household anywhere in the world including Latin America.

Must-Watch Shows from Latin America

Now that the cinematic restrictions on streaming services are all gone, it is much easier to have a feel of a different culture through the series from different parts of the world which include Latin America.
Protest in response to the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles Riots: How the 1992 Protests Echoes the George Floyd Movement Today

In 1992, Los Angeles was embroiled in riots that were the cumulation of years of rising tensions between law enforcement officers and the city's African-American people.
A three-dimensional image of the ancient Maya Aguada Fenix site in Mexico's Tabasco state based on lidar, an aerial remote-sensing method, is seen in this picture released on June 3, 2020.

Oldest and Largest Ancient Mayan Temple Found In Southern Mexico

Scientists have discovered the most massive and oldest-known Mayan structure using an aerial remote-sensing method in southern Mexico. The pyramid, which measured 400 meters wide, 1,400 long, and 10 to 15 meters high, exceeded the Great Pyramid of Giza built 1,500 years earlier.

Hector Suarez, Legendary Mexican Comic and Satirist, Has Passed Away

A beloved and well-known Mexican comic, Hector Suarez, has reportedly passed away at 81. The actor-director was known for celebrating the common people and satirizing the rich and corrupt.
The lines between the Black and Latinx cultures, in the modern-day imagination as ‘blurry at best,’ partly not just due to shared contemporary experience but due to rich musical, cultural flow, collaboration, and artistic history, too.

How Latinx Community can Combat Anti-Black Racism within its Own Culture

As the country encounters the most recent in what it is representing a so-called "foundational history of Black death and egregious violence by police," people converse about what happens next within their communities, inside their homes and even in large cities.
Soccer Football - Premier League - AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool - Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth, Britain - December 7, 2019

1970 FIFA World Cup Mexico: The Historic Landmark That Changed Global Soccer Forever

The 1970 event introduced game-changing concepts that were considered bold at its time but were vital to the development of soccer to what we know today.
The local and state officials would talk about and the essentiality of finishing the federal questionnaire to make sure the area is receiving the maximum the government funding can allot for them.

Distributing Food with a Different Approach: Educating Latino Families about the 2020 Census

A group in Elgin is in search of new ways to promote early literacy and share more information with Latino families regarding participation in the 2020 Census during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Aztec Eagles

Aztec Eagles: Meet the Mexicans That Changed The Course of World War II

In May 1945, a squadron of P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft poured .50-caliber rounds on a Japanese military convoy, blowing the trucks up in flames. The fighters—who were part of a 300-strong squadron nicknamed Aztec Eagles—were all Mexican soldiers fighting to liberate the Filipino people.
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Meet Dona 'La Malinche' Marina, The Most Important Woman in Mexican History

In the early 1500s, a young native princess named Malinali was sold into slavery. The woman, who is known by many names, was one of the most hated-or most loved-figure in Mexican history.
The 10 Reasons Why Moving to Sacramento is the Right Choice

The 10 Reasons Why Moving to Sacramento is the Right Choice

When you think of California, you probably think of the ocean and beaches.
Chapultepec Castle

Remembering the Niños Heroes: Mexico's Symbol of Honor and National Pride

The legacy of the six young cadets is still remembered today. Their brave actions are still heralded as a symbol of pride and patriotism in the nation.
Nameer Salman

Muslim Communities and Businesses Launch Food Drives for the Needy Affected by the Crisis During Ramadan

Palestinian-American co-owner of Jasmine Café in Texas Nameer Salmon and his restaurant launched a Ramadan food drive distributing almost 6,000 meals to the needy with donations they raised that reached $40,000.
Bones of Mammoths

Archaeologists Unearthed Bones of Mammoths in Mexico

A group of archaeologists unearthed around 60 bones of mammoths in an under-construction airport just north of Mexico City.
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