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La legalización de los "Dreamers" aportaría 281,000 millones al PIB de EE.UU.

 09/28/2017 - 04:11
Una estudiante de la Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia (DACA) sostiene un cartel en el que se lee "Soy una soñadora, tu no puedes deportar los ideales", durante una protesta en contra del presidente Donald Trump el lunes 18 de septiembre de 2017, en Nueva York (EE.UU.). EFE/PETER FOLEY

El pasado día 5, la Administración Trump anunció el fin del DACA, pero la suspensión del programa no entrará en vigor hasta el 5 de marzo de 2018, periodo en el que el Congreso, el único con poder para cambiar el sistema migratorio, debe encontrar una solución para regularizar la situación de los jóvenes indocumentados.

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EFE

Romy Díaz: El mentor que Filadelfia se merece

 09/27/2017 - 14:50
Romy Díaz at our office on 1835 Market Street. Photo taken by Samantha Laub/AL DÍA News. 

El vicepresidente y consejero general de PECO es un hispano que lleva varias décadas trabajando para dejar un legado en la ciudad. Mentor de latinos y miembro de la comunidad LGBT, Rómulo “Romy” Díaz es uno de los cuatro hispanos reconocidos durante el Hispanic Heritage Month por su invaluable aporte a Filadelfia.

 

Romy Díaz: The Mentor The City Deserves

 09/27/2017 - 13:38
Romy Díaz at our office on 1835 Market Street. Photo taken by Samantha Laub/AL DÍA News. 

If cities are in need of superheroes, then Philadelphia may have discovered one. Neither sporting cape nor spandex, The Mentor prefers a suit when serving Philadelphians, offering parables from his life and career in a Southwestern twang to Latino and LGBT youth, or providing counsel to PECO for ecological and efficient energy production. A well-versed and seasoned attorney and politician, The Mentor (who goes by alias “Romy”), has been serving us since 2002 with modesty and empathy. To show our appreciation, AL DĺA News honors Romy this year with a Hispanic Heritage Award.

The State of Women and Girls in Philadelphia

 09/21/2017 - 15:31
Photograph by Samantha Madera. Copyright City of Philadelphia.

Philadelphia is not only the City of Brotherly Love, it is also the City of Sisterly Effectiveness. The City now joins thirty-one other major American cities with women’s commissions, dedicated to shining a light on issues that women experience through intersectional data-collection and discourse, and tearing down the barriers of male dominance in a variety of fields, sectors, and categories.

Cabify reforzará la seguridad tras asesinato de una joven por un conductor en Mexico

 09/19/2017 - 04:43
A woman covers her mouth with her hand on which is written "Enough of silence", during a demonstration to reject and demand justice for the murder of Mexican Mara Fernanda Castillo, who was found dead on Sept. 15, 2017 after takin a Cabify Vehicle, in Puebla, Mexico, Sept. 18, 2017. EPA-EFE/Francisco Guasco

 La empresa de transporte Cabify ha anunciado que reforzará sus medidas de seguridad y exigió "todo el peso de la ley" en contra del conductor que presuntamente violó y asesinó a la joven Mara Fernanda Castilla, de 19 años, en el céntrico estado de Puebla.

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EFE

LatAm hotels need reinventing to compete with new online platforms like Airbnb

 09/13/2017 - 03:25
Spain's expert in tourism marketing and the innovation director at Riviera Maya Sostenible, David Vicent,  attended the 3rd Regional Congress of Hospitality and Tourism in Panama City, Panama, on Sept. 11, 2017. EPA-EFE/Alejandro Bolivar

Traditional Latin American hotels need to adapt to new digital trends and social media in order to compete  with new online platforms like Airbnb. But the lack of legislation to regulate the digital market in this area makes it more difficult, expert alerts.

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EFE

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