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Starting today, some residents of Newark, New Jersey will be provided with bottled water for drinking and cooking. This move comes after a Friday letter from the Environmental Protection Agency stated that residents “should not rely on the efficacy of the filtration...read more
The Department of Homeland Security has proposed a new rule, in which legal immigrants in the United States could find that any usage of public benefits may put their green card applications in jeopardy, potentially preventing them from becoming permanent...read more
If you know a linguist — and too few of us do — you know that the profession doesn’t tend to do a lot of proscribing these days. Few use their expertise to tell us how we ought to talk, instead studying how we actually communicate. So when Columbia University’s John...read more
US Citizenship and Immigration Services issued a press release in July announcing a “plan to improve the naturalization test.” The initiative, first outlined in a recent UCIS memorandum, emphasizes the need to update the civics component of the exam – revised about a...read more
Driving New Ideas to Action to Address Social Determinants of Health: The 2019 Aspen Ideas Incubator
Approximately 60 percent of a person’s life expectancy is driven by social and environmental factors. The social determinants of health are the factors that affect life expectancy outside the doctor’s office, like education, income inequality, food security, housing,...read more
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) reaffirms its support of the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA). This agreement will provide important and tangible economic benefits for the U.S. Hispanic business community. The...read more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) is encouraged by the U.S. Supreme Court decision to block the citizenship question from the 2020 United States Census. “This is a huge victory for all Americans,” said USHCC President & CEO...read more
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Village Capital awarded US$75k to Mutuo Financiera, a startup offering credit and other financial products to small businesses in Mexico, and Fintual, a Chilean robo-advisor. (Impact Alpha) The Mexican and Chilean startups were selected by their peers for...read more
Wharton Executive Education Launches New Program to Demystify Venture Capital The Aresty Institute of Executive Education at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania has launched a new program on venture capital to help institutional investors,...read more
As Investors scour for new themes and ideas, a group of funds have looked to indicators such as population growth and disposable income to generate deals. From this analysis, these funds have focused on the Hispanic demographic and Hispanic Owned companies that...read more
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SiriusXM announced today that it is increasing the amount of Spanish-language NFL programming available to subscribers nationwide, with live game broadcasts each week plus a new original Spanish-language NFL show. Starting with this weekend’s AFC and NFC Championship...read more
Hispanicize host honored by South Florida lifestyle magazine as ‘mover and shaker’ shaping the community
Andrea Ocampo-Haley, the official broadcast host of Hispanicize, is recognized in the January 2014 issue of Boca Life Magazine for its annual ’40 Under 40’ awards. Each year the publication names the top 40 people under the age of 40 who are making a significant...read more
The post Mexican Kate del Castillo Plays Angelical Role In ‘A Miracle In Spanish Harlem’ appeared first on HispanicTips.In the upcoming movie “A Miracle in Spanish Harlem,” veteran actress Kate Del Castillo plays Eva, a woman who returns to her New York barrio after a...read more
Latino filmmakers, actors and directors bring the passion, drama and intensity to the big screen, and many Latino film aficionados are looking forward to see what’s in store for the Sundance Film Festival 2014 lineup. The Sundance Film Festival announced its...read more
The post The Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation (RBFF) plans Hispanic outreach in Florida and Texas appeared first on HispanicTips.The Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation announced that Florida and Texas will serve as test markets for the launch of...read more
The post After 50 Years, Cuba Says Its Baseball Players Can Go Abroad appeared first on HispanicTips.Baseball season is over in the United States, but it’s just getting started in Cuba. It’s the first season since Communist authorities lifted a 50-year-old ban on...read more
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