Gender inequality in the film industry has been a rampant topic for the past few years. Patricia Arquette's Oscar acceptance speech became a rallying cry, binging the issue back to the forefront of industry conversation. Advocates emphasize that women, despite originally building the film industry back in its heyday, do not get equal pay or representation.
Women's History Month honors some of the most famous and notable females throughout history in multiple countries around the world. Here, Latin Post takes the time to honor those women and list 10 influential Latina athletes in sports.
What is the state of diversity in writing for television within the entertainment industry? That's a question that The Writers Guild of America, West asked and sought answers in its latest findings in 2015 TV Staffing Brief.
According to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center, first-time mothers are older than they were four decades ago; in 2012, there were more than nine times as many first births to mothers 35 and older than there were in the 1970s. The report also indicated that over the past two decades first birth rates rose for older women of all races and Hispanic origins. The report failed to outline the reasons behind the trend, though it may have a great deal to do with economics.