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Iniciativa Saludable en Universidad Popular

NSN.- Universidad Popular, ubicada en el corazón del barrio de La Villita, le ofrece clases de nutrición y otras actividades de salud mental como yoga, danza y música, especialmente clases continue reading »

Celebran fundación de Tenochtítlan

Celebran fundación de Tenochtítlan

NSN.- Por cuarta ocasión, la Federación del Distrito Federal en Chicago, conmemora el 685 aniversario de la Fundación de Mexico-Tenochtitlán, siendo una forma de manifestación de lo que significa la inmigración, en el Museo Nacional de Arte Mexicano ubicado en el barrio de Pilsen. La presidenta de la Federación, Graciela Geul Torres dijo para Nuevo Siglo, “que la ciudad que se ha formado a través de los continue reading »

Eventos: Diviértase en la Cuadra de su Casa

NSN.- ¡Todos, a jugar basketball en la calle, este viernes!, eso es lo que desean los organizadores de “Hoops in the Hood” para distraer a los jóvenes y hacerlos competir en algo tan sano como es el deporte. continue reading »

We’re Coco Loco for Perez as Idol Judge

We’re Coco Loco for Perez as Idol Judge

HS-News is throwing its might, which might be slight, behind, in front and on the side of Perez Hilton as the next American Idol Judge. As everyone knows Ellen DeGeneres has stepped down after a short tenure and rumors are rampant who might fill her “sneaker shoes” on the show. If Kara, “I fall asleep every time you talk”, DioGuardi also leaves as has been reported there are three spots available and plenty of room to add some Latin spice to the show. continue reading »

“I Gotta Feeling” Black Eyed Peas Don’t Like SB 1070

“I Gotta Feeling” Black Eyed Peas Don’t Like SB 1070

As Mexico staged various protests against SB 1070 or what is left of it, they were joined by many high profile artists and performance, such as the Black Eyed Peas, Café Tacvba, Shakira and Kanye West. continue reading »

Aprueba la ONU Iniciativa de Evo Morales que Declara Derecho Humano el Acceso al Agua Potable

Aprueba la ONU Iniciativa de Evo Morales que Declara Derecho Humano el Acceso al Agua Potable

El presidente de Bolivia, Evo Morales, agradeció hoy a los 122 países que apoyaron en la ONU la iniciativa boliviana para que se declarara el acceso al agua potable y el saneamiento básico como un derecho humano esencial para el pleno disfrute de la vida y de todos los derechos humanos. continue reading »

Latino Children In North Carolina

The Latino children of North Carolina represent the fastest growing segment of the state’s population, increasing 34% in the last three years, and yet are the most underserved. A study by Action for Children, a nonpartisan advocacy group, identified the issues negatively effecting this young population that have resulted in low-test performances, high drop out rates and low graduation rates. continue reading »

Deadliest Month in 5 Years for Border Crossers

Deadliest Month in 5 Years for Border Crossers

July is closing out this weekend while at the Pima County Arizona medical examiner’s office it will be the worst month for border deaths in the last five years. The staff has been overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of bodies and was forced to make accommodations. A refrigerated truck was brought in to house the additional continue reading »

Boy Scouts of America Celebrate 100 years with New Campaign to Bring in Latino’s

Boy Scouts of America Celebrate 100 years with New Campaign to Bring in Latino’s

This week the BSA National Jamboree in Virginia will celebrate Scouts 100th anniversary. Boys ages 12-18 will spend 10 days doing everything from archery to robotics to testing their own DNA. More than 26,000 scouts and 250,000 visitors are expected. Boy Scouts have hosted the annual meeting since 1937. continue reading »

Unos Dos Mil Evacuados por Incendio en Refinería de Pemex en Norte de México

Unas 2.000 personas fueron evacuadas hoy por las autoridades de Ciudad Madero debido al incendio de un tanque de combustible con 27.000 barriles en la refinería Francisco I. Madero de esta ciudad, conurbada al puerto de Tampico en el Golfo de México. continue reading »

Dismissal of Honduran Judges Sends Intimidating Message Says UN

The recent dismissal of three judges and a magistrate in Honduras, apparently because they spoke out during the political crisis that engulfed the country last year, sends a disturbing message to other jurists in the Central American country, three independent United Nations human rights experts warned today. continue reading »

MEXICO MORNING HEADLINES:

Headlines news throughout Mexico continue reading »

GUATEMALA MORNING HEADLINES:

Morning headline news throughout Guatemala continue reading »

Feliz Cumpleaños to our Beloved Dora the Explorer

Feliz Cumpleaños to our Beloved Dora the Explorer

Our little niña, Dora the Explorer, is turning 10 and the famed, fabled and regular folk are celebrating her last decade on the American television landscape. The show debuted on Nickelodeon in 2000 introducing us to this good-hearted, curious 7-year as she travels going on adventures with her countless best friends and continue reading »

Poll Reveals Obstacles Hispanics Face to Obtain a College Education

Poll Reveals Obstacles Hispanics Face to Obtain a College Education

The AP/Univision Poll reveals the discrepancy between Hispanic’s aspirations to a Higher Education and their actual attainment. Eighty-seven percent said a college education is extremely important compared to the overall U.S. population. continue reading »