Latino News Roundup Edition from HispanicTips:
Latinos Have Fastest Growing Prevalence of Glaucoma
New Children’s Book from Piñata Books/ Arte Público Press
Filmmaker set to trace the Afro-Latina experience from before the slave trade to present-day – NEGRITA, written and directed by Magdalena Albizu
Legendary “Borinqueneers” Deserve the Congressional Gold Medal
Janis Bowdler: Quick Fix: Recent Mortgage Settlement Still Leaves Latino Homeowners Vulnerable
U.S. Gov’t’s Denial of Mexican immigrant’s dying wish to see parents is a form of cruelty unworthy of the US
Pro-immigrant groups hailed as an historic victory for immigrant families the approval Tuesday in the Illinois House of Representatives of a bill to allow the issuance of driver’s licenses to some 250,000 undocumented foreigners living in the state.
Eva Longoria to host Latino inaugural celebration for Obama featuring top entertainers
The Only Job I Can Do–A Young Mother’s Farm Work Story – Lorena Hernandez is a young farm worker and single mother from Oaxaca, Mexico. Today she lives in Madera, California, with her daughter and aunt.
Richard Blanco, 2013 Inaugural Poet – Richard Blanco has been chosen as the 2013 inaugural poet. (1st Latino Inaugural Poet)
Culled from these HispanicTips’ Reports
TOP STORIES Hispanic Report for January 9th, 2013
CULTURA Hispanic Report for January 9th, 2013
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