Email Source: Forbes | By Giovanni Rodriguez Posted December 1, 2013 A couple of months ago, I got an email from Jesse Martinez — a devoted and tireless leader of Latino entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley — asking me to speak at a leadership summit.  He also asked me what I wanted to speak about. A great […]

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Email A new campaign for image site Latinstock plays out like the obverse of Jeff Foxworthy’s famous “You Might Be a Redneck” shtick; instead of glorifying Latino stereotypes, it explodes them. Take a look at the campaign and tell us, will it change minds, si o no, and why or why not? click here. 

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Email Seeking direction for a career, “I was working on a hunch, rather than being on a secure path,” says Delgado, a business consultant who earned his MBA from the University of California at Berkeley. Hard Work Isn’t Enough And he found that it takes more than hard work. “If you’re a minority, the complication […]

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Email One of the most recognized and celebrated video games, played by millions of fans worldwide, Call of Duty, released its highly anticipated sequel this week, Call of Duty: Black Opps II. The game’s lead character is a Latino political activist from Nicaragua named Raul Menendez. The game is one of the world’s most successful […]

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Email The day after the election a friend posted on my Facebook page, the “Latino Vote –unfrigginbelievable.” She’s right. Many factors contributed to President Obama’s re-election. But few are as important as the Latino vote. Hispanics made up 10 percent of the U.S. electorate this year – doubling in the past 16 years.  The number […]

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