Diversity Partnership News

Hollywood Has a Warped View of Hispanics

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.


Angulo Named General Sales Manager at America CV

Cesar Angulo was named general sales manager at America CV Network stations America Teve and Teveo in South Florida, the company announced.


Guzman Stresses Importance of Hispanics in Education

Melinda Guzman says an influx of college-educated Hispanics will help strengthen the economy.


Girl Geeks Gather in San Francisco

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.


Hispanic Archivist Has Big Job Ahead of Her

The Houston Public Library has formally designated an archivist, Mikaela Garza Selley, to oversee its growing collection of Mexican-American letters, photographs, documents and publications.


El Paso Agency Changes Focus to Hispanic Market

The Laster Group has changed its name to CultureSpan Marketing and will focus on Hispanic marketing, the firm announced.


Teach For America Gets Diversity Nod

Teach For America was among 50 companies whose hiring of Latinas got them included in a new diversity report.


Pilgrimage Promotes Immigration Reform

The Pilgrimage for a Pathway to Citizenship, organized by the community network PICO California and its local affiliates, is a 23-day, 285-mile walk to push for immigration reform.


Liberty Power, USHCC Fire up Scholarships

Liberty Power and the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce are offering $20,000 in scholarships for STEM students planning a career in energy or environmental concerns.


Latina Empresaria Day Filled with Empowerment

The California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's Latina Empresaria Day highlights women's power.


Soledad O'Brien to Moderate Education Panel

News anchor and journalist Soledad O'Brien is slated to moderate an education panel at Festival People en Espanol in San Antonio over the Labor Day weekend, with U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro and journalist Pamela Silva-Conde joining her.


Father-Son Duo Find Benchmark for Success

Alex Cabaņas never planned to join the family business, but when he realized his outside experience could benefit Benchmark Hospitality International, he gave it a second thought.


Chrysler Ranks Among Best U.S. Employers for Hispanic Women

Latina Style magazine chose Chrysler for its annual list of the 50 best companies for Hispanic women, with the automaker ranking in the top 12 this year.


Hispanic Political Clout Being Felt in the Heartland

Hispanics' top concerns are the same as for most Americans, but it's immigration that has pushed Hispanics to vote heavily Democratic, according to the senior advisor for Hispanic Affairs for the Democratic National Committee.


NSHMBA Announces Diversity Leadership Conference

The National Society of Hispanic MBAs this week announced details regarding its first Annual Diversity Leadership Conference, The Business Case for Diversity.


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