Latina veteran creates mental health non-profit for fellow veterans

Latina veteran creates mental health non-profit for fellow veterans

May 27, 2013

By Kristina Puga, NBCLatino Xiomara Sosa says she hasn’t talked about her military experience since 9/11, but today, not only is she talking about it, she wants to give back to her […]

Mexican American Honored as WWII Vet and Holocaust Survivor

April 30, 2013

By Vanessa A. Alvarez, NBCLatino Anthony Acevedo is one of the World War II veterans being honored today at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s 20th Anniversary Tribute in Washington, D.C. But unlike his fellow honorees, […]

Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez’s Letter To Veterans

November 14, 2011

Happy Veterans Day. I would like to thank all Veterans of the U.S. military for your service to our nation.  On this day of observance, remembrance, and appreciation, there is […]

Things To Know About Veteran’s Day

November 11, 2011

By The Census Bureau Veterans Day 2011: Nov. 11 Veterans Day originated as “Armistice Day” on Nov. 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I. Congress […]

Army Pursues Latinos To Push Them Into Sciences

October 27, 2011

An interesting story comes from the Army this week, which is apparently trying to push Latinos in its ranks into the sciences, or STEM, science, technology, engineering and mathematics. They […]

Latino Civil Rights: Héctor P. García

October 13, 2011

Héctor Pérez García was born in Mexico and immigrated to south Texas during the Mexican Revolution. His hard won education — he had to hitchhike 30 miles each way to […]

Latina Army Wife Quits Job To Be With Husband On Leave

June 28, 2011

UPDATE: Wells Fargo Spokesman Joe Stroop told News Taco that the company is working with Mendez to find a mutually beneficial resolution to this issue. Cynthia Mendez was forced to […]