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Arizona autores share their journeys in tell-all memoirs
This month, Latino Perspectives Magazine celebrates its sixth anniversary. This important milestone would have not been possible without the continuous support of our readers, friends and supporters. Over the past 72 months, the pages of our magazine have chronicled a slice of the Latino experience in Arizona. We’ve shared the stories of entrepreneurs, artists and […]
Do you honestly think it’s a coincidence when Internet ads about Las Vegas happen to flash before you when you were just emailing buddies about planning a trip?
On April 14 at 8:36 a.m., the Library of Congress announced what will be a never-ending acquisition of the entire public Twitter archive. Like a cheeky, precocious preteen who just learned what “that’s so meta” means, it did so with a cute tweet. Known as the preserver of all things culturally meritorious and important, it’s […]
What’s scarier: the thought of terror babies or Rep. Gohmert’s paranoia?
It took an immigrant Cuban-American abogado with impeccable credentials to pull the 400,000-member American Bar Association (ABA) into the debate over Latino legal rights. Meet Miami attorney Stephen Zack
The battle over discrimination in Arizona is back, and so is the influence of the californiano Ward Connerly, AKA the anti-affirmative action czar. Among the ballot initiatives in the Nov. 2 general election is Prop 107. The official title is the “Arizona Civil Rights Initiative.” Prop 107 would amend the state Constitution to prohibit preferential […]
Cynthia Moreno means business
Celebrate Constitution Day by reading the actual document. America’s best-selling pocket Constitution book is available for only $2.95 from www.constitutionfacts.com; buy it in bulk for your familia and coworkers and save. Buy 500 or more and pay only $1.00 per book—a bargain. The booklet includes the full text of the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, […]