Community organizations across Western New York are making the push to get people to vote as Election Day, on November 3, gets closer. This includes the Hispanic Heritage Council of Western New York. Continue reading Young Hispanic and Latino Voters are Pushing for Increased Voter Turnout
By Penelope Lopez of ABC
Astronaut Ellen Ochoa has a message for the next generation of Latinx students who are aspiring to work in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields: “We need you.” Continue reading NASA astronaut has a message for Latinx STEM students: ‘We need you’
California is the most diverse state in the nation, so having a diverse leadership of its schools and colleges shouldn’t be that notable.
But it is. Even for California. Continue reading For first time, heads of all California’s public education systems are Black or Latino
The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is launching a wide lineup of resources and technical assistance to help minority-owned businesses during the pandemic.
By Brianne Garrett
Sunny Hostin will never forget where she came from. Before the Emmy Award-winning co-host joined the cast of The View in 2016, she was a senior legal correspondent for ABC News, a legal analyst for CNN and before that a federal prosecutor. Continue reading Sunny Hostin Is Revealing Her Truths—And Urging Black And Latina Women To Do The Same
Gymnast Laurie Hernandez’s living room is decorated with many photographs. But two are the most special—one shows her parents praying before her performance at the 2016 Olympics and the other is of them hugging her afterwards.
McDonald’s is proud to announce the company’s “HACER® More Scholarship,” that is providing 100 additional scholarships for Hispanic students as an extension of the annual HACER® National Scholarship.
Continue reading McDonald’s Is Awarding $1 Million In Scholarships To Assist Hispanic Students During Pandemic
Written by: Patty Juarez, head of Wells Fargo Diverse Segments, Commercial Banking with introductory remarks from Ramiro A. Cavazos, President and CEO, United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Continue reading The Importance of Employee Resource Groups
It took Christopher Columbus about nine weeks to reach the New World from Spain — and his critics more than half a century to start convincing US cities to ditch the holiday honoring the moment. Continue reading How Columbus Day became Indigenous Peoples’ Day in over 130 US cities
By Janet Alvarez
When Jennifer Rodriguez relocated to Philadelphia in the late ’90s, the once-bustling South Philly neighborhood of Italian Market was in decay.
Continue reading Against tough odds, Hispanic businesses are strengthening communities across America