Jennifer Lopez, Salma Hayek, Sofia Vergara - those are just a few names that come to mind when we think of some of the most beautiful women to ever walk in front of the public eye. And, yes, they all happen to be Latina celebrities.
As Disney theme parks in Florida and Anaheim started reopening, it's high time we remember a cast member that is closer to the Latin American community. In case you've been hiding under a rock these past few years, Elena of Avalor became the first Latina in the lineup of Disney princesses in 2016.
League of United Latin American Citizen (LULAC) president Domingo Garcia has issued a statement urging women, especially Latinas, not to join the military after the disappearance and death of female soldier Vanessa Guillen.
Odette Ramos, 47, won the Democratic primary race for City Council District 14. Her victory sets her up to become the city's first Latina elected official should she secure a victory in the general elections.