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The 19th-century brought large numbers of enslaved workers, mostly Indians and Hindus, to the Caribbean. The arguments about marriage and terrorism are part of its legacy.
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce kicks off the first network mixer of 2017
Fernando Aramburu is a poet, essayist and novelist born in 1959 in San Sebastian, Spain. To date he has published more than twenty works and has received several important prizes, including the Prize of the Royal Academy and the Mario Vargas Llosa NH Prize in 2008 for his collection of short stories, Los peces de la amargura (The Fish of Bitterness). But his biggest critical and editorial success has been due to his latest novel, Patria (Home Country), chosen as the book of the year by ABC Cultural, now on its ninth printing with over 100,000 copies sold.
¿Cómo integrar en tiempos de guerra y de violencia equipos de reflexión con personas de distintas culturas, razas y religiones? Durante 5 días representantes de 40 países -hombres y mujeres- se reunieron en Jaipur, India, para hacer una reflexión global sobre cómo aplicar los principios femeninos para crear una nueva lista de prioridades que beneficien a la comunidad mundial.
El discurso xenófono de Donald Trump ha empezado tener efectos en la vida de comunidades como la mexicana de Filadelfia, que acaba de cancelar una de sus mayores celebraciones.
Brazilian filmmaker Alice de Andrade's 1993 documentary "Luna de miel" (Honeymoon) looked at young married couples in Cuba. Her new documentary "Veinte Años" (Twenty Years), presented on Thursday at the Miami International Film Festival, examines some of these people's lives more than two decades later.
From private residences to public spaces, Women architects have left their footprint in the city
The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that the Hispanic population in the U.S. will reach 132.8 million (or 30 percent of the total U.S. population) by the year 2050. But Latino students, along with other minorities, continue to be underrepresented in the STEM disciplines and to receive STEM degrees at a lower rate than their White counterparts. Latino students are more likely than Whites to be exposed to funding inequities and to have science teachers who did not major in science.