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After 50 Years, Cuba Says Its Baseball Players Can Go Abroad

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...

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Business to Business Banners in Banner

In my previous article I wrote about Unique Search terms and how they can help your advert, in this article I am going to write about another powerful feature that many Business to Business Directories offer: Banners When you go on to a Business Directory and start...

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Venture Capitalists Focus on Hispanic Demographic

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...

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Aspen Public Radio’s Cross Currents: Dan Porterfield

Porterfield speaks with outgoing Aspen Public Radio President Carolyne Heldman about the roles public media and the Aspen Institute play in combating the political polarization facing our country today. Listen to the episode here. The post Aspen Public Radio’s Cross...

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Nine Ways to Take Action in 2019

As you’re writing your list of New Year’s resolutions, consider the lessons imparted this past year by speakers and thinkers at the Aspen Institute. Their insightful experiences in life, leadership, and social change are worth remembering well past 2019. Confront...

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Supporting Social Impact in DC

Last week Ascend Managing Director Marjorie Sims moderated an Aspen Institute roundtable conversation with Billy Shore, founder and CEO of Share Our Strength. The conversation was part of a new initiative launched by Aspen Institute President Dan Porterfield and...

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Changing the World Starts Today

Mahika Halepete, a 16-year-old high school junior from San Jose, California, is the founder of AYANA International. AYANA is a non-profit dedicated to empowering young leaders to positively transform their communities by designing sustainable solutions to local...

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USHCC Opposes Termination of Limits to Child Detention

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce opposes the administration’s proposal to terminate the Flores Settlement Agreement, a 1997 decree that established strict standards for migrant minors held in detention centers. The changes proposed by...

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