The country’s leading Latino advocacy organizations have endorsed a first-of-its-kind public service campaign, aimed at helping families understand – and accept – their LGBT Latino sons and daughters, brothers and sisters.
Hispanics represent $40 billion of purchasing power in Arizona, a state where Latinos have been buffeted by the effects of harsh laws targeting undocumented immigrants.
With the oral arguments in the Supreme Court on health care reform over, millions of Americans across the country are turning their attention to Arizona's extreme anti-immigrant and anti-Latino bill, SB 1070.
The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Business Expo came to Miami Beach, and exhibitors networked, sold and sourced Hispanic-owned businesses’ goods and services.
Marcelo Claure named Hispanic Businessman of the Year. Veronica Edwards named Hispanic Businesswoman of the Year. Johnson & Johnson named Hispanic Corporation of the Year
Leaders of the nation’s major Hispanic organizations, issuing their first progress report on their priority issues, gave C grades on Wednesday to President Obama and to Congress for their performance over the last two years.
James Mejia has returned to the Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as its interim president and CEO. He will serve in this role until a permanent replacement can be found.
Thousands of Latinos from all over the U.S. will spend the week in Cincinnati for the annual convention of the League of United Latino American Citizens. The convention is expected to draw about 20,000 visitors
The governor of Michigan, where an immigration bill is pending in the legislature, said that such a measure would be detrimental.