With The Violence In Mexico, How Can I Help My Family?

With The Violence In Mexico, How Can I Help My Family?

October 6, 2011

Dear Martha: I am worried about the situation Mexico is going through. I was given the opportunity to live here in the U.S. but all of my family lives back […]

How Not To Treat Your Latina Maid

September 15, 2011

By Marlen Castañeda Iʼm looking through Craigslist, as I usually do each day after checking e-mails and such. Iʼm browsing and decide to look at the gigs, under domestic. House cleaning […]

Latinos Targeted In Calling Card Fraud

September 8, 2011

Ever buy a calling card to phone a loved one south of the border and later felt that the 60 minutes advertised and paid for felt more like 15?  Well, […]

Book Review: “Latino Professionals And Racism”

August 25, 2011

Many Americans feel the playing field in the U.S. was leveled after the Civil Rights Acts of 1964 officially desegregated the country. These people are usually in cahoots with the […]

Latino Academics Can Be Enterprising Independent Consultants

August 24, 2011

Latino academics can apply their expertise directly in the community as highly paid independent research consultants while local businesses, non-profit organizations and initiatives for traditionally underserved populations benefit from their […]

I Believe In Love, Just Not Weddings

I’ve always wondered if little girls really fantasize about their wedding day. I’ve never known a woman who actually did this. When I was a little girl, I mostly fantasized […]

Latino Biz Owners Motivated By Family & Lack Financial Savvy

August 12, 2011

The findings from a new study released on Tuesday revealed that Hispanic business owners site family as a driving force behind their businesses, but only 1 in 4 have a […]