Argentina and Germany will be playing one another in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final. The two national teams are very familiar with each other when it comes to World Cup play. This will be the third time they face off in the finals.
Influxes of immigrant populations aren't new in American history. In fact, just a little over a century ago, the U.S. experienced a urge of immigrants from Germany. From 1890 to 1919, 18.2 million immigrants, hailing mainly from Europe, entered the U.S.
Texas State Senator Leticia Van de Putte, former member of the Texas House of Representatives and practicing pharmacist, is the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor in the Nov. 4, 2014 general election. She credits her personal, professional, and political career to strong backing from parents, an intense concern for education and community, and a deep understanding of the obstacles that Latino parents face.
Echoing the importance of history, culture, and tradition in Mexico households... food. Mexicans love food; always have and always will -- and that love of food has been documented and captured in Mexican music, artwork and businesses for eons. Black beans, cilantro, tomatoes, chilies, peppers, onions, garlic, cumin, chipotle, lime, plantain, rice, and corn are often folded together, in various forms, to create a distinct collection of flavors and tastes, instigated by heritage, and a dependency on fresh and fragrant ingredients. The development of sustenance that's uniquely Mexican is agricultural, but it's also historical: imperialism, independence, immigration, migration, settlement, religion, economics, drought, flooding, war, technology, politics and policies have all had a significant bearing on the plates and palates of Mexicans for centuries.
20th Century Fox recently released a video implicating Magneto's involvement in the infamous assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Now they have put out another clip surveying several other major historical events that may have unfolded somewhat differently then what we've read about in textbooks.
In support of the Affordable Care and the belief that all families should have access to affordable health care, the March of Dimes believes that ACA's involvement in the lives of Latinos will be vital when helping families to avoid birth defects and prematurity, because they will gain information and access to physicians early on in their pregnancy. The March of Dimes Spanish-language site also want to ensure that Latinas have everything that they need when they are pregnant.