Tag Results for "Latino Heroes"
Texas jurist Maria Salas-Mendoza's efforts on behalf of women and children in the El Paso area has earned her a place among the Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center's "Border Heroes." continue reading »
For more than 10 years one South Florida family has opened their home to nearly one hundred children . In 1997, Lisa and Jorge Alvarez began trying to conceive, but after regular methods failed, a doctor suggested fertility treatment. continue reading »
Rey B. Gonzalez, the Co-founder of USHLI and Chairman of the Board of Directors for the last 25 years, received the National Hispanic Hero Award at USHLI's 30th national conference, held February 16-19 in Chicago. continue reading »
Last week Jasiah Rubalcava and his friend Nicholas Carvajal were having lunch at West Avenue Elementary in San Antonio, TX when Carvajal began choking on a Cheeto. continue reading »
Over Memorial Weekend, Jamaican singer Sean Kingston was in a terrible water craft accident, and much like his hit song “Fire Burning”, he had people shouting, “Somebody call 911!” Lucky for him, a off duty member of the Coast Guard and his friend were close by. continue reading »