Latina adolescents must not only deal with typical teenage problems, they must also navigate the role of their ethnicity in their identity. Their rates of depression and suicide are high.
There is a growing necessity for brand marketers to provide culturally relevant content and messaging that specifically targets US Hispanics.
Multiple polls show Mitt Romney trailing Barack Obama among Latinos, but some GOP strategists assert that Latinos’ social conservatism provides a way to whittle down that lead in the months ahead.
New studies make the case that Latinos in the U.S. will not “disappear into the melting pot," but instead are becoming “the first major immigrant group to exhibit cultural sustainability."
Legendary singer-educator José-Luis Orozco moved to the United States at 19 to find his own version of the American dream and soon realized that his calling was to keep Latino culture alive through children’s songs and literature.
Latino immigrants and their descendants have long struggled to define their identity... I looked towards music to find something vital that brings our diverse immigrant cultures and experiences back together again.
U.S. companies have been pursuing emerging markets in Latin America in recent years, but a new Nielsen report says Hispanics at home also are an important market that shouldn't be neglected.
A majority of Hispanics prefer to identify themselves according to their families' countries of origin, rather than by the government's suggested terms "Hispanic" or "Latino," Pew Hispanic Center reported Wednesday.
When it comes to music, cultures mix in unpredictable and fascinatingly beautiful ways, and some of that music is featured in this weeks Alt Latino.
One way to promote a global vision in our children is through reading. The following are five multicultural books that teach children about the Latin culture.
Only Puerto Ricans can decide their fate. But to solve the pressing emergency on the Island they will have to stand up, work hard, be united, combat ignorance, learn to love their land and respect it.
More than 18 million Latinos checked the “other” box in the 2010 census, up from 14.9 million in 2000. It was an indicator of the sharp disconnect between how Latinos view themselves and how the government wants to count them.
Latinos have left an indelible mark on the history of the United States and it is time to “tell their history well” and honor their legacy, Midy Aponte, the interim director of the American Latino Heritage Fund, said Tuesday.
Public schools in Tucson, Arizona, face millions of dollars in penalties after a ruling that the district's Mexican-American studies program violates state law.