Latinos are Driving the New Mainstream Economy

The impact that Latinos have in the U.S. is often overlooked, which has happened all throughout the history of the United States. But some people like Sol Trujillo, a global executive and former CEO of telecom giants like Orange S.A. and Telstra, would argue that Latinos play a major role in the United States, especially

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The California Dream Is Dead For So Many

Children born in California have a less than 50% change of making more than their parent did at 30 years of age. As Matt Levin, CalMatters notes, part of the problem stems from the continued economic inequality, where a smaller percentage of the population is making  a bigger amount of money. “What we’re seeing on

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Hispanics Millennials Will Account For 44% of Latino Voting Bloc in 2016

Janet Adamy with the Wall Street Journal writes that a surge in voting-age Latinos since 2012 is prompting both political parties to craft youthful appeals in Nevada and other key swing states. A Pew Research Center study released Tuesday shows that millennials born in 1981 or later will account for 44% of the record 27.3 million eligible Latino

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Poll: Whites and Republicans Rank As Angriest Americans

Nearly half of Americans are angry, and no groups are angrier than whites and Republicans, according to a new NBC News/Survey Monkey/Esquire online poll about outrage in the country. Overall, 49 percent of Americans said they find themselves feeling angrier now about current events than they were one year ago. Whites are the angriest, with

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3 Reason Why Millennials Are Getting Fired

A survey by SmartRecruiter of 28,000 bosses details where Millennials are falling short and is just another example to support the huge disconnect costing Millennials their jobs. Here is J.T. O’Donnell, Founder and CEO of CareerHMO.com analysis: 1. Employers don’t want to be parents. Growing up, Millennials were coached their entire lives and they unknowingly

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Does Counting Illegal Immigrants Diminish Power of Citizens?

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case on Tuesday that questions the way states draw their political boundaries based on census driven data – overall population which includes non-citizens, including those who are ineligible to vote. The main question: does these census driven districts diminish the power of citizens who are eligible to vote?

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Univision and Telemundo Popular Among Older Latinos; Younger Latinos Prefer English Media

The Latin Post reviews a new study co-authored by MAGNA GLOBAL and the Center for Multicultural Science that challenges the notion that the most effective ways to reach U.S. Latino audiences is through Spanish-language programs. Published in the Journal of Cultural Marketing Strategy on October 19, the report is the first to examine media behaviors

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20 Boyle Heights Families Fight Back Against Displacement And Gentrification

Marching and chanting, “Vecinos unidos, jamas seran vencidos!” (Neighbors, united, will never be defeated), over 50 community members, families and activists gathered outside of five Boyle Heights homes, Sept. 9, to fight back against displacement and gentrification. Boyle Heights families have been suffering displacement and evictions for many years. The community is also surrounded by

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Economic Problems In Puerto Rico, Creates A New Political Challenge In Florida

The $72 billion debt and soaring unemployment in Puerto Rico has accelerated population shift of 11,000 people a year in the 1990s to 48,000 now. According to the Washington Post: This year, with economic problems growing, the number leaving for the mainland is even higher. Florida — particularly the area around Orlando in central Florida —

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Chinese Now Top U.S. Immigrant Arrivals

Erika Lee with the Orange County Register writes, “A recent report by the Census Bureau reported that China replaced Mexico as the top country of origin for immigrants to the U.S. in 2013, and another report has found that China sends more students to the U.S. than any other country. “From 1960 to 1990, the

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