Friday, May 24, 2019 | Updated at 11:01 PM ET

LATEST NEWS

Hispanic

Major League Baseball is a very popular sport among Latinos in the United States today. With the new season under way, MLB is partnering with LatinWorks in an effort to reach out to even more Hispanic baseball fans.

*****

This year's NBA All-Star game features numerous Latino basketball players. Latin Post.com takes a look at the Latino basketball players that were selected this year, and lists full rosters for the Eastern and Western Conference starters and reserves.

*****

Hispanics are watching the NFL more than ever before. With the 2015 Super Bowl among us, Latin Post.com provides a slideshow showing off some of the most talented Hispanic NFL players in the game today.

*****

The Super Bowl is without a doubt the most watched event of the year. With the 2015 Super Bowl almost here, Latin Post.com digs throughout Pro Football history to name some of the most notable Latin Americans to play in the NFL.

*****

Nielsen conducted its annual holiday sales survey and forecast, and the results say that Latino and multicultural consumers will be standing behind the shopping carts this holiday season, driving holiday sales.

*****

Puerto Rican-American author Anjanette Delgado wanted to know how and why love turns into hate when she wrote "The Clairvoyant of Calle Ocho." The question was formed when she was being raised by her mother and an abusive and sadistic father in a Puerto Rican "caserío" and it persisted even after she, her sister and her mother escaped to New York City during the late 1970s.

*****

Two-thirds of millennials said they wished they were better prepared before experiencing a financially-traumatic major life event. Beyond addressing stressors, the survey shined a light on Hispanic millennials' preparedness for major life events, such as buying a home.

*****

The lingering effects of the recession caused an entire generation of graduates and post-graduates to reevaluate their options, take on low-wage jobs and retreat to their parents' home. Despite this, Latino millennials remain focused on their futures and determined to become future home owners.

*****

The lingering effects of the recession caused an entire generation of graduates and post-graduates to reevaluate their options, take on low-wage jobs and retreat to their parents' home. Despite this, Latino millennials remain focused on their futures and determined to become future home owners.

*****

Advertising Age, the leading source of analysis and news for the media and marketing community, published "Hispanic Fact Pack 2014," its an annual guide to Hispanic marketing and media. The report examines Hispanic viewership and technological trends, as well as market growth and marketer spending habits.

*****

Ethnic diversity, affordability and youthful vibrancy are three qualities that Hispanic millennials look for in a city. Latinos also favor cities that are safe for families, abundant in economic opportunity and culturally welcoming.

*****

Enjoying a good book can be so rewarding: Imaginative stories can liven up long commutes, offer peace during restless hours and provide entertainment through the interpretation and exploration of text. And Latinos love reading; it’s evident from the countless books written by Latinos that are filling up the shelves in libraries and bookstores.

*****

Bilingual Hispanics ages 18-29 have unparalleled spending power and influence in America, which is why top marketers are scrambling to connect with them.

*****

Although the New York Police Department (NYPD) announced the disbanding of its controversial Muslim surveillance program last month, a growing number of Latino Muslims living in New York City remain concerned about being watched and harassed by authorities.

*****

"Monolithic community" is not a phrase that describes the wide-spanning and vibrant Latino community. Latinos hail from many different countries and regions, representing different age groups, religions and understandings. Lance Rios, the president and founder of DigiBunch, company partner at Hispanicize and president and founder of Being Latino, recognizes that there isn't one product that appeals to all Latinos, all of the time.

*****

Eliseo Medina is one of the loudest voices for reform

- Most Read

Subscribe to LatinPost!

Sign up for our free weekly newsletter for the latest in-depth coverage!

Real Time Analytics