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Mujeres a Cargo: Prospanica tiene nueva presidenta

 10/03/2017 - 15:15
The National Board of Prospanica. Judith Garcia Galiana is in the green polka-dot dress. Photo shared by Saimi Haiman-Marrero. 

La última semana de septiembre trajo consigo frescas temperaturas y a empresarios negros e hispanos en trajes recién planchados, listos para conectarse, inspirarse o retomar viejos contactos en el Power of Performance: Leadership at The Next Level. Junto con varios profesionales consumados que fueron homenajeados en la Prospanica’s Brillante Awards Gala, Galiana fue una de las figuras claves reconocidas en la conferencia en general.

Women In Charge: Prospanica Gets A New Chair

 10/02/2017 - 11:10
The National Board of Prospanica. Judith Garcia Galiana is in the green polka-dot dress. Photo shared by Saimi Haiman-Marrero. 

The last week of September brought with it crisp temperatures and Black and Hispanic business hopefuls in freshly-pressed suits, eager to network, become inspired, or re-connect at “Power of Performance: Leadership at The Next Level”. Other than the accomplished professionals who were honored at Prospanica’s Brillante Awards Gala, Galiana was one of the key figures being recognized at the conference as a whole.

Florida's undocumented farmworkers especially hit hard by Irma

 09/29/2017 - 05:04
Undated photo provided by the Redlands Christian Migrant Association (RCMA) on Sept. 28, 2017 showing a house damaged by Hurricane Irma, in Immokalee, Florida, USA. EPA-EFE/RCMA

The hurricane's human cost is particularly apparent in Immokalee, a southwestern Florida town of around 20,000 inhabitants where approximately half of the population are undocumented farmworkers from Mexico, Guatemala and Haiti who work in tomato, cucumber, bell pepper and pumpkin fields.

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El ambicioso plan de reforma fiscal de Trump para "beneficiar" a la clase media

 09/28/2017 - 07:48
El Presidente Trump poco antes de viajar a Indianapolis para presentar su plan de reforma fiscal que supuestamente beneficiará a la clase media, pero no a los ricos como él. Foto: EPA-EFE/SHAWN THEW

El Presidente Donald Trump ha presentado un ambicioso plan de recortes fiscales que supuestamente beneficiarán a la clase trabajadora, pero no a los ricos como él. El plan no incluye detalles de cómo el gobierno costeará los miles de millones de dólares que perderá en recaudación fiscal en caso de que se apruebe la reforma. 

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