Diversity Partnership News
The Republican party continues efforts to engage Hispanic voters across the U.S.
Joshua Eagle Patrón has joined Hispanic experiential and live events firm Cardenas Marketing Network as its executive creative director.
Huber Matos Benitez, who helped lead the Cuban Revolution before his efforts to resign from the burgeoning communist government landed him in prison for 20 years, has died in Miami.
President Obama presented the Medal of Honor to 24 Army veterans for conspicuous gallantry, correcting what was in some cases decades of discrimination.
Candelario Garcia Jr.'s family will have the satisfaction of receiving the Medal of Honor from President Obama on his behalf.
Nina Tassler, the chairman of entertainment at CBS and the first Latina to head a network, will be a keynote speaker at NHMC MediaCon.
Despite higher incidences of weight gain, hypertension and diabetes, U.S. Hispanics live longer than non-Hispanic whites. Research suggests extended family plays a large role in longevity.
Despite advances made since the civil rights era on the 1960s, many Americans still feel discriminated against, according to a recent Harris report.
Batanga Media's Hispanic ethnicity data will be used to bolster comScore's audience reporting for U.S. Hispanic consumers.
The League of United Latin American Citizens will launch a program with the Jackson Hewitt tax firm to educate Hispanic families on important tax topics, LULAC announced Tuesday.
Tony Gonzales joins HNTB Corp. to lead its Los Angeles office.
Congressional Internship Program selects 20 undergraduates to work on Capitol Hill.
The United States Hispanic Leadership Institute has renewed its deal with the U.S. Army to provide resources to students, educators and the community.
The Screen Actors Guild taps Michael Estrada as CEO of its $3.3 billion in investment portfolios.
The Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA) has launched a new Miami chapter.