Durante el que se ha convertido en un tumultuoso segundo año para el presidente Trump, dos líderes latinas han emergido, desafiando al establishment y demandando un cambio.
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In what proved to be a tumultuous second year of the Trump presidency, two Latina leaders emerged, challenging the establishment and demanding change.
La historia que se narra a través de las posadas, una tradición navideña que se practica en los países de toda América Latina, se ha vuelto especialmente relevante este año, debido a su temática: abrir las puertas a quienes buscan refugio.
The story that is told through the posadas, the Christmas tradition practiced in countries throughout Latin America, has taken on a special relevance this year due to its focus on the act of opening doors to those seeking shelter.
On Dec. 6, the head of Cisco Systems Inc. spoke at the company's annual conference in Mexico.
More than 5 million people be able to connect to the Internet from their cellphones.
Since the peace accord has not taken full effect after two years, their reintegration has been difficult.
“Uno de los lugares en los que debemos alzar nuestra voz es en los medios”, dijo Anthony Rosado, vicepresidente principal de Wells Fargo. “La cuestión es contar nuestra propia historia, y no que otros la cuenten por nosotros. Necesitamos hacerlo con nuestra propia narrativa”.
The exhibition opened on Dec. 3, showcasing a leading artist in kinetic art.
Last Friday, leaders from across Pennsylvania descended on New York City for the Third Annual Reception of the AL DIA Foundation, the non-profit arm of AL DIA News Media. Before a crowd of over 300 people who passed by the reception at the Hilton Hotel in midtown Manhattan, leaders of the Foundation, Anthony Rosado and Hernán Guaracao, the new website of the AL DIA was unveiled. The event was sponsored by Wells Fargo, during Pennsylvania Society Weekend.
Many fear an escalation of violence as well as legal concerns after controversial comments made by the president-elect.
As part of the Alcatraz Project, inmates from 12 prisons gather together to play rugby and see their families.
A new exhibition opened at the Reina Sofia Museum which features art and artists that were ignored during the 1970s.
“One of the places we need to raise our voice is in the media,” said Anthony Rosado, a Senior Vice President at Wells Fargo. “The point is to tell our own story, not have others tell it for us. We need to have our own narrative.”
The law allowing people after the age of 14 to change their name and sex took five years to get through Congress.
In the artworks of Michelle Ortiz, the mothers of Berks stare down PA politicians to demand an end to the imprisonment of children and their families at the Berks Detention Center.
En el arte de Michelle Ortiz, las madres de Berks le clavan la mirada a los políticos de Harrisburg para exigir el fin de las cárceles de niños y sus familias.
These sculptures made from recycled plastic materials help carry a message about the importance of protecting native wildlife and forests.
The sex trade is a reality hidden behind the beauty of the famous Colombian city.
El comercio sexual es una realidad escondida detrás de la belleza de la famosa ciudad colombiana.
A Muslim community thrives in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas.
Sister Bernardita and the other nuns who now serve as guides to the home where Archbishop Oscar Romero lived in San Salvador anxiously await the Vatican's formal announcement of his canonization.
With a good meal, guiding questions, and diverse, small discussion groups, On the Table Philly, set to take place Nov. 8, is seeking to shift the narrative on civic dialogue at the local and national levels.
Fashion designer Nasheli Juliana Ortiz-González takes her visions of Puerto Rico’s complex history to the runways of Paris.
Administradores de HACE, funcionarios electos y otros participantes elogiaron la presentación de la instalación de Marta Sánchez, en conjunto con la poesía de David Acosta, como un paso más para que la comunidad logre transformar por completo el sitio.