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Training Leading Hispanic Employees – For Non-Hispanic Supervisors

Hispanics are the fastest growing workforce in the United States and organizations must become more culturally proficient in support of their Hispanic employees, customers and overall business goals. To prepare for the seismic cultural demographic shift, market leaders know they must acquire Hispanic cultural intelligence and apply this know-how to embrace unique outcomes that diversity …

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Ingeniero boricua a cargo de aviones presidenciales de EE.UU.

Un ingeniero puertorriqueño -experto en sistemas espaciales- es el encargado de asegurar que la nueva flota de aviones presidenciales de Estados Unidos complete vuelos seguros.

Columbus’ Los Guachos Taqueria was named the home of the #3 taco in America with their Taco Al Pastor

The Food Network program Top 5 Restaurantsrecently put together a short list of the restaurants with the best tacos in the country. From there, viewers decided the rankings. And when the internet ballots were counted, Columbus’ Los Guachos Taqueria was named the home of the #3 taco in America with their Taco Al Pastor. The tacos …

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More Latinos With STEM Degrees Needed, Here Are Top Schools Doing It

From NBC News – More Latinos are now graduating with postsecondary degrees in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), but they continue to be significantly underrepresented in the total number of STEM credentials earned. A new report released Wednesday by Excelencia in Education found that Latinos earned more STEM credentials across all …

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Mark Zuckerberg just announced he’ll pay for hundreds of undocumented students to go to college

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan said Wednesday they would donate $5 million to give scholarships to 400 undocumented Bay Area students. The money is being donated to TheDream.US, a group founded by formerWashington Post publisher Donald Graham in 2013. Their mission is to help students born outside the U.S. pay …

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United Farm Workers Week, 40 Years Later (

In the summer of 1973, César Chávez came to Dayton from the strike lines in Coachella, California to talk about the plight of farm workers. There was a week of activities and WYSO News was right in the middle of it.  Rediscovered Radio’s Jocelyn Robinson takes a look at the struggles facing the migrant worker …

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Court won’t lift hold on Obama immigration action (from the AP

From the Associated Press – A federal appeals court refused Tuesday to lift a temporary hold on President Barack Obama’s executive action that could shield as many as 5 million immigrants illegally living in the U.S. from deportation. Read more from the link.