Latinas in Science 7/13/17

Latinas in Science 7/13/17

Victor Landa July 16, 2017

This is disturbing. It’s from an article in Mashable titled “Unprecedented study reveals widespread bias in space science, and it’s particularly terrible for women of color”: “For years, women in astronomy and planetary […]

Meet The Undercover Latinas

NewsTaco January 2, 2017

*What a great way to start off the year! We need more of this, please. I’m looking forward to these posts. VL By Molly Horan, Refinery 29   Racial identity is […]

An Open Letter To Young Brown Girls Everywhere

NewsTaco December 9, 2016

*This is brilliant! Share this with any Latinita you know. VL (3.5 minute read) By Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodriguez, Huffington Post Latino Voices (3.5 minute read)  Dear Brown Girl, You see […]

Poll Shows Latinos are More Cautious about Holiday Spending and the Economy

NewsTaco November 18, 2016

*First, it’s been a steady 80-degress-plus in South Texas, hard to get in a holiday mood.  Second, the calendar says otherwise. Third, the Trump election dampened many Latinos’ plans for […]

Latino Boomers Report Having Positive Outlook on Health

NewsTaco October 27, 2016

*The trick is don’t sweat pequeñeces. (that and tequila). VL By Business Wire (4 minute read) A new survey of Hispanic Baby Boomers conducted by health and well-being company Humana […]

Meet Catherine Cortez Masto, the Candidate Who Could Become the First-Ever Latina Senator

NewsTaco October 26, 2016

*Real Clear Politics gives Nevada Democrat Catherine Cortez Matso a 2 point lead over her opponent Republican Joe Heck – 43.5 to 41.5. VL By Kiko Martinez, Remezcla (7 minute […]

Hispanic female first to reach rank of FL National Guard General

NewsTaco November 30, 2015

*This past week Colonel Valeria Gonzalez-Kerr was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General in the Florida National Guard, she’ll be assigned as Assistant Adjutant General. General Gonzalez-Kerr has an impressive […]