Latino Leaders, Census Bureau Meet Over Latino Issues

Latino Leaders, Census Bureau Meet Over Latino Issues

Mary Mata December 20, 2012

By Latinovatinos Earlier this month, representatives from the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) met with Thomas Mesenbourg, Acting Director of the US Census Bureau, and his senior staff to discuss concerns for the […]

School Bullies: Sometimes Latinos Pick On Their Own

Mary Mata April 5, 2012

By José A. Healy Latino students — and immigrant students as a group — are often most vulnerable to being bullied and teased by their classmates. They’re easy prey because of their […]

Latinos Are Homogenous Thanks To The Monthly Conference Call

Mary Mata January 5, 2012

Recently, El Guapo decided enough was enough and began a crusade that rivals any other in the course of human history. Unfortunately, the American Latino (Guatsupinus Cabronicus) is a species […]

Website Aims To Be Resource For Multicultural Families

Mary Mata May 25, 2011

Seeing as how about 15% of all marriages in the United States are between people of different races or ethnicities, and given recent Census results suggesting this trend will likely […]

New app brings clarity to Census numbers on nation’s racial-ethnic make-up

NewsTaco October 5, 2010

Have you ever wondered where the hacks that seep through the social media cracks get their information? You now the one’s I’m talking about, the one’s that re-post or link […]