Diversity Partnership News
Thomas Jay Harris' name appeared in the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal more
than 5,000 times.
As president of the Florida region for Whole Foods Market since 1998,
Juan Nunez has helped grow the company's presence in the state from three stores
After completing its first family literacy class this
summer, the Daniel Torres Hispanic Center is working to train
educators to lead their own courses.
At a Labor Day festival, Hispanic leaders in San Antonio, Texas, called for bold civic involvement.
San Antonio's two most influential chambers of commerce have cast their support in favor of updating the city's nondiscrimination ordinance, despite claims it would harm local businesses.
As Latinos transition into the largest minority group in Berks County
and the nation at large, how that group is defined remains murky.
A member of the Odessa Development Corporation got a grilling
over the amount of funds budgeted to the Odessa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Get ready for Latina-centric lifestyle workshops and financial management at the first annual Casa Latina Home Expo in New York this November.
Former President of Mexico will be the keynote speaker for private dinner at San Francisco Civic Center Plaza.
Latina Style Inc. announced its 10th annual Latina Symposium for Sept. 5.
When I took my 11-year-old daughter to see the movie Lee Daniels'
The Butler, she wanted to know if there were any movies like that about Mexicans.
Cesar Angulo was named general sales manager at America CV Network stations America Teve and Teveo in South Florida, the company announced.
Melinda Guzman says an influx of college-educated Hispanics will help strengthen the economy.
Most of the 125 participants at San Francisco's TechShop were women working in the
tech industry, or interested in doing so. Men were in the minority.
Public Library has formally designated an archivist, Mikaela Garza Selley, to
oversee its growing collection of Mexican-American letters, photographs,
documents and publications.