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There are 4 Fundamental Topics that Interest Latinos: Immigration, Education, Health and Jobs

Understanding the six segments within the vast Hispanic population in the U.S. can be crucial in marketing and advertising, but can also help create a clearer picture of who may ultimately swing the vote in November. continue reading »

Mexico City Takes First Step in Banning Bullfighting

A commission of the Legislative Assembly of Mexico City approved a bill that would ban bullfights in the Mexican capital. Three of the panel's members endorsed the measure, while two others abstained and a sixth member walked out before the vote. continue reading »

Friends of the American Latino Museum Surpasses 100,000 @LatinoMuseum Twitter Account

The Friends of the American Latino Museum created to support the American Latino Museum initiative, surpassed 100,000 followers on Twitter and has accumulated 70,000 fans on Facebook and 67,000 supporters through its website, bringing its total reach to over 237,000 supporters. continue reading »

Bilingualism’s False Friends by Raul Guerrero

Now that science has corroborated that bilingualism makes us smarter, and profoundly benefits the brain, as reported by the New York Times, people are brushing up on their Spanish. continue reading »

Cesar Chavez Was No Saint New Book Reveals

Retired teacher Frank Bardacke, who in his youth was a member of the United Farm Workers union, says that it's a "mistake to idolize union leaders like Cesar Chavez," a founder of the UFW. continue reading »

18.2 Million People Visited Mexico’s Archaeological and Cultural Treasures in 2011

Mexican archaeological sites, museums and historical monuments attracted more than 18.2 million visitors in 2011, the National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, said. continue reading »

American Latino Museum Needs You

The Friends of the National Museum of the American Latino is reaching out to its supports to help secure the location for the museum. This initiative is being done before the continue reading »

National Awareness Campaign Continues to Build Support for Creation of American Latino Museum

With a series of regional awareness and fundraising events successfully hosted in the key cities of New York, Los Angeles, Washington, DC and Miami, the nonprofit organization at the heart of the movement, to build an American Latino Museum, Friends of the American Latino Museum (FRIENDS) continue reading »