Rosario Dawson's "Coming Out" Matters to Bisexual Community

Rosario Dawson's "coming out" in 2018 was quite subtle but it has opened discussions on what the term "bisexuality" encompasses and the importance of bisexual visibility.
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Voto Latino's Rosario Dawson, Maria Teresa Kumar, Wilmer Valderrama & America Ferrera on 'Amplifying' Latino Millennials in Politics

With the 2014 midterm elections over, statistics on U.S. Latinos' voter turnout have slowly surfaced to show lower than expected attendance. Latin Post talks with Voto Latino President and CEO Maria Teresa Kumar and Latino celebrities Rosario Dawson, America Ferrera and Wilmer Valderrama about the need for Latino millennials' engagement ahead of the 2016 election season.
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Voto Latino Celebrates 10 Years of Empowering Latino Millennials, Names VL Innovators Challenge Winners

Although Voto Latino is in its 11th year, the nonprofit celebrated its 10-year anniversary Wednesday and showcased Latino innovators in technology.
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Jennifer Lopez, 'Cesar Chavez' Cast, 'Devious Maids,' John Leguizamo Among Top Nominees for 2014 Imagen Awards

Latinos have impacted primetime television since its beginnings, from mainstream TV shows like "I Love Lucy," with Cuban-born, American musician Desi Arnaz, to the comical "George Lopez" TV series and "That '70s Show" with Wilmer Valderrama. In film, Rita Moreno in "West Side Story," Edward James Olmos' in "Stand and Deliver" and Jennifer Lopez in "Selena" stand as memorable Latino performances.
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Stars' Reactions, the Big Kiss and More Details From Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Wedding

More details of the Kimye wedding have been released.
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Developer of VL Innovators Challenge Sees Technology's Effect on the Changing Face of Racism

Ethnicity and ethics are intertwined, particularly in a society where race affects socioeconomic status, education, careers, housing discrimination, health care, technology, class wealth and experiences of racism — both covert and overt.

Latina Millennial & Voto Latino Trailblazer Reflects on the Power of the Latino Vote: 'Our Voices Can't Be Hidden Anymore'

Voto Latino has changed many lives since its inception 10 years ago, but there is one person in particular who was so inspired by its movement that she continued on to make it her life's mission to empower other Latino Millenials to have their voice heard -- and vote counted.
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Voto Latino Power Summit 2014in NYC: A Decade of Celebrating & Empowering Latinos

Voto Latino celebrated its 10-year anniversary with the Voto Latino Power Summit 2014 held at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City on April 11-12. It will expand to a four-city national tour where Latino Millennials will participate in leadership, advocacy, and media and technology workshops with community activists, grassroots organizers, elected officials, celebrities, and business leaders. They can also participate in the VL Innovators Challenge, the organization's tech competition where Latino Millennials can design and use technology for change.
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Wilmer Valderrama to Take Voto Latino's Mission to the Next Level and Run for Office?

Wilmer Valderrama, actor/producer, political activist and Voto Latino's Artist Coalition Co-Chair, may have the political chops to run for office, but will he consider it? In art and in life, Wilmer Valderrama wears many hats. His TV gigs include Fez, the awkwardly funny foreign exchange student on "That '70s Show," MTV series "Yo Momma," the voice for the animated character Manny in the children's show "Handy Manny" and now a crime lord named Don Carlos in Robert Rodriguez's "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series" on El Rey Network.
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Rosario Dawson, the Voto Latino Trailblazer on Empowering Latino Millennials: 'They Are Going to Claim 'Sí Se Puede' for Themselves'

"¡Sí se puede!" said actress and Voto Latino Co-Founder and Chairwoman Rosario Dawson as she addressed a sea of driven and high-spirited Latinos (and some non-Latinos) during the Voto Latino Power Summit kickoff on April 11 at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. The crowd eagerly looked on, craving inspiration during a time when change for Latinos is within reach, but still too far to fully grasp without the help of the powers that be who need to sign the dotted line to implement real, concrete change.
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Millennials Learn the Value of Leadership From Maria Teresa Kumar, Rosario Dawson and Wilmer Valderrama

Millennials and tween-agers filled the ranks; filed in close, stood-at-attention, ready to absorb knowledge and wisdom. Maria Teresa Kumar, Rosario Dawson, and Wilmer Valderrama arrived ready to lay down knowledge on the doting audience -offering valuable perspective on Latino emergence, prevalence, and the excellence of the group.
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Voto Latino's Power Summit Starts April 11th in NYC!

Voto Latino, the non-partisan organization that's charged with helping millennials claim a better future for themselves and their community, and is committed to continual acts of Latino progression, has helped to promote the knowledge that Latino issues are American issues.
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Voto Latino's Power Summit Starts April 11th in NYC!

Voto Latino, the non-partisan organization that's charged with helping millennials claim a better future for themselves and their community, and is committed to continual acts of Latino progression, has helped to promote the knowledge that Latino issues are American issues.
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President Obama Urged to Make Cesar Chavez's March 31 Birthday a National Day of Service (SIGN THE PETITION)

The United States has embraced peaceful yet powerful heroes such as the beloved Martin Luther King Jr. by commemorating his life with an official holiday -- rightfully so, but there is a major piece of American history that has yet to truly come to light with national recognition -- the mission of Mexican-American farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez.
Cesar Chavez NYC Movie Premiere

Cesar Chavez NYC Movie Premiere

On Monday, March 17, the New York City’s AMC Empire 25 premiered "Cesar Chavez" a powerful biopic about the Mexican-American farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist.
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Cesar Chavez NYC Movie Premiere Evokes Pride from Son Paul Chavez, Who Carries on Legacy

On Monday night, New York City's AMC Empire 25 movie theater lit up brighter than Times Square itself with hope, inspiration, a sense of pride and a feeling of limitless possibilities for Latinos during the premiere of Cesar Chavez, a powerful biopic about the Mexican-American farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist.
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