New Prime Minister of Cuba Named after more than 40 years since 1976

New Prime Minister of Cuba Annointed, the First Since 1976

Manuel Marrero is appointed as the prime minister of Cuba.
Nury Martinez Makes History as the First Latina Council President of Los Angeles

Nury Martinez Makes History as the First Latina Council President of Los Angeles

Nury Martinez is the First Latina Council President of Los Angeles City.
Latino, tablet, Microsoft Pulse State of the Union 2016

How Microsoft Helped NBC Universo & Telemundo Take Latinos' 'Pulse' During SOTU

The State of the Union presented an opportunity for Microsoft to expand its reach with tech-savvy Latinos, as it launched the Spanish version of Microsoft Pulse in partnership with NBC Universo and Telemundo.
Top Clinton aide heads to N.H., Iowa

Clinton Reaches Out to Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Latinos in Early Primary States

Latino business is getting a crack at some Presidential candidates early in the process, as Hillary Clinton is reportedly joining the pool of hopefuls planning to meet with members of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce soon.

Latino Millennials More Civically Engaged, but Less Likely to Vote Than Baby Boomers

The millennial generation is a powerful force, comprised of close to 90 million teens, twenty- and thirty-somethings. But these civically engaged and independent-leaning young people are heading to the ballot boxes at a lower rate than their elders. Latino millennials have the potential to become one of the most influential segments of the political system, yet Latino baby boomers continue to beat millennials to the ballot box.
Google Headquarters

Google Protestors Rail Against Evictions and Gentrification, Targeting Google Lawyer

Protestors in San Francisco blocked Google's busses again this week, while also making it personal - again. Rallying against evictions and the gentrification of historically Latino and Black neighborhoods, some of the same protestors also singled out another Google employee at his home.

Junot Diaz & Others React to the Denationalization of Haitians/Haitian-Dominicans in the Dominican Republic

Denationalization of Haitians and Haitian-Dominican citizens in the Dominican Republic has exposed the hate, apathy, and possible xenophobia within the community.
Alberto Fujimori

Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori Begins Fifth Trial for Misuse of Public Funds

Alberto Fujimori, the 75-year-old former Peruvian President, began his fifth trial for misuses of public funds last Thursday after being convicted in four previous trials, and is already serving 25 years in prison for corruption and the authorization of death squads.
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