FX Networks took a chance with The Bridge and it’s paying off to the tune of almost 6.46 million viewers for its pilot season premiere. The border drama series is forecast to become the most-watched series in the history of FX.
The Bridge is a riveting. gritty and reality-driven drama...Read More
Latino not-for-profit organizations all over the country are facing a number of challenges that go beyond simply paying the rent on time. For decades, many Latinos have turned to nonprofits for services such as healthcare, job training and early childhood education.... Read More
The demand for professionals in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) field is far outpacing the actual number of STEM graduates. Despite this, American students are choosing to pursue other careers, and the number of non-STEM degrees obtained by students from 2000 to 2007 grew 50 percent faster...Read More
LATINO Magazine recently presented AHORA Student Days in San Jose and Dallas. They were part of a series of events held nationally to expose high school students to role models from Corporate America, the Federal government, and the U.S. Armed Forces....Read More
In Los Angeles, our NMH Forum was held at the headquarters of Homoboy Industries, a unique organization in the heart of East LA. Homeboy was founded in 1988 by Father Greg Boyle, SJ, the pastor of Dolores Mission. It is now recognized as the largest gang intervention... Read More
The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) is living up to its name by advancing the interests of small business owners who happen to be Hispanic.
“Our objective has always been to move from being focused on civil rights and other challenges to becoming an...Read More
Yep. There’s no better way to begin the day than with a taco. While this may raise eyebrows elsewhere, the combination of a warm tortilla rolled around eggs scrambled with onions, tomatoes, jalapeños and whatever else will fit is comfort food for those...Read More