Amongst many of the issues discussed Saturday during the White House Hispanic Action Summit were the power of the Hispanic vote and the lack of Latino turnout during elections.
Wednesday, February 8th at 3 pm EST, LATISM is proud to co-host a second town hall on Latino education, with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.
In one of the fastest growing markets for media and mobile, what is the new lingua franca?
On the 10th anniversary of the terrorist savagery of September 11, 2001, the nation pauses to remember the fallen and reflect on how our country has changed in the decade past. Amid the many reflections, many still push for harsh immigration laws for fear of another terrorist attack.
Why Latinos Are Social? Age is a key factor. Latinos are younger than the general population, so it makes sense that they are more open to new technologies and interact more with other people. If you look at the statistics, Latinos spend much more time than the average American tweeting, posting on Facebook, etc.
A fairly new trend of Latina bloggers, one that is rapidly growing and taking everyone by surprise is growing and they are being deemed the Blogueras.
A new Twitter handle, @SearsLatino, and Facebook page seek to promote Sears to Hispanic consumers.
Latinos are helping define the new face of social media, either as influencers, content creators, or consultants. Latino social media penetration is growing faster than with the general population.
A Georgetown study on the use and effects of social media has released its first batch of findings: compared to Caucasian users, Hispanic and African-American users of social media are significantly more likely to learn about and become involved in social issues.