With the growing Hispanic population in the United States, shrinking benefit packages offered by employers and fewer full-time jobs, low-income Hispanic families are much more likely to be without health insurance than other Americans.
Hispanics are the largest and fastest-growing ethnic group in the United States, and as second- and third-generation Hispanics move into mainstream American culture, they have discovered that it is changing them and they are changing it.
Statistics show that only 30 percent of family businesses survive to the second generation. So how is it that Secaucus (N.J.)-based Goya Foods successfully made it through three generations of ownership?
For years Mexican music has been the staple of metro Atlanta's Spanish-language radio stations. But that's changing as the area's five Latino-owned commercial music stations wage a heated battle on the AM dial.
A tiny tin self-portrait of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, portrayed by Salma Hayek in the hit film "Frida," is on the block for $2 million.
Sexy screen siren Jennifer Lopez will produce a one-hour talk show premiering next fall - which will be co-hosted by her kid sister, WCBS/Channel 2 reporter Lynda Lopez.
Democratic leaders on Monday said President George W. Bush squandered another chance to reach a migration accord with Mexico during a private meeting with his Mexican counterpart at the APEC summit in Bangkok.
Higher education is billed as America's great equalizer, but the economic rewards of a college degree are significantly smaller for minorities than for whites, according to a Palm Beach Post analysis of data recently released by the Census Bureau.
Thanks to the success of last year's inaugural Expo in Los Angeles, which brought together more than 5,000 buyers and sellers of Hispanic foods and beverages, conference organizers have returned to the West Coast and will be hosting 150 more exhibitors during next month's show than at the 2002 expo.
New America Alliance's 3rd Annual Wall Street Summit in New York City, October 21–24, 2003, will focus on expanding wealth building for American Latinos.