Medal of Honor Reserved for Whites?

Survivors return home, and many veterans find themselves in a community that has no understanding of what was personally given during combat. And, heroes who don't return... their loss is quite obvious... yet, they remain un-thanked for what they've given, simply because of their race.

Latino Community Hit Hard By Harlem Explosion

The heavily Latino area suffered through a lot, with over a hundred people now homeless and various victims still in the hospital.

Crime & Violence In Latin America & The Caribbean: How To Cope With It Using A Human Face

Utilizing, UNDP, the World Bank and the UN, and Inter-American Development Bank all have great insight.
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Voyager's Chakotay Talks Star Trek and Upcoming Work

Fans shared their favorite moments, and probed Beltran about his thoughts on the entire Star Trek Universe, portrayal of stereotypical Native American characters, and his outspoken dissatisfaction with the Voyager series.
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Health Concerns influencing the US Hispanic Population

Fine points regarding Latino health has been revealed in multiple studies over the last number of years, and the public has become privy to information regarding conditions and diseases that most affect the Latino community.
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Latinos Use Mobile and Social Networking More Than Other Americans, So Why is There a Lack of Hispanic News Coverage?

The closure of Latino news sites questions the strategy and viability of targeting Hispanics with their own sites compared to reading English-language or general market news sources. Considering that Hispanics are such a large and growing market of United States media consumers, what went wrong?

Latino Charities and Celebrities Empowering the Latino Community Through Philanthropy

The soul of the Latino community rests in its ability to share resources and display an inventiveness that allows it to flourish. The collaborative and communal mentality of Latinos shines when people make contributions to commendable causes that help to fuel innovation, strengthen the youth, and embolden the community at large.

Latino Charities and Celebrities Empowering the Latino Community Through Philanthropy

The soul of the Latino community rests in its ability to share resources and display an inventiveness that allows it to flourish. The collaborative and communal mentality of Latinos shines when people make contributions to commendable causes that help to fuel innovation, strengthen the youth, and embolden the community at large.
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Why Latinos Aren't Signing Up For Obamacare Insurance Exchanges

Is Obamacare a success or failure? Well, depending on what side of the political aisle you're talking to, you'd surely get wildly divergent answers. However, one thing about Obamacare is certain. The Latino community is not signing up for the healthcare plans. With only six weeks to go until the March 31 deadline will there be a significant uptick in in Latino participation?

Republican Are Trying to Recruit Historically Democratic Latino Voters, But Will their Tactics Work?

The Grand Old Party is up to its rabble rousing tactics again in an effort to woo latino voters.

Bane, Zorro, and Dora the Explorer Top Our List of Latino Heroes and Villains in Popular Culture

Minorities and ethnic groups don't always get a lot of attention in American popular culture.

Latino Foods, Gifts, and Ideas for a Special Valentine's Day Celebration

Valentine's Day has a few different names in the Spanish language. Some call it El Día de San Valentin, others call it El Día de los Enamorados, while different romantics refer to it as El Dia del Amor y la Amistad. However you choose to say it, Valentine's Day is a day for Latinos to share their passion. The lovers' holiday is only two days away, and if you still don't know how to spice up the holiday, take some inspiration from the Latino world. The culture's history, food and the right gift can make the 14th your most memorable Día de San Valentin yet.

Killing Us Softly: Police Violence & the Latino Community

The term, "police brutality" was coined by the New York Times in 1893; yet, minorities victims have felt the blunt force of billy clubs, fists and guns much earlier than that.

Hispanic Teens Use Drugs More than Other Teens

Dimly lit basements with buddies crowded around television screens and bosky public parks where friends are congregated around peeling picnic tables are the imagined settings for teenagers who engage in drug use and abuse. Though, the reality is that teens participate in drug use any and everywhere -and Latino teens are leading the trend
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Victor Cruz and Aaron Hernandez: Two Super Bowl Touchdowns, Two Very Different Destinies

From scoring a touchdown in the Super Bowl, to becoming first-time dads upon the births of their daughters in 2012, Victor Cruz and Aaron Hernandez do indeed share some things in common. Both seemed destined to spearhead the NFL's effort to market itself to Latin Americans domestically and abroad. That's only half-true now.
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