OUR RECIPE FOR CARNE GUISADA, A TEX-MEX FAVORITE Hispanic Kitchen

Although summer is fast approaching, the weather in many parts of the country is still unpredictable, including rain, record flooding and tornadoes. In other words, the season for backyard barbecues has yet to arrive. So why not prepare something in the kitchen with a Latino twist that will leave your family feeling warm and fuzzy inside? This is all about our recipe for Carne Guisada,...

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NEW ERA LATINO STARS HAVE GREAT BLOODLINES Sports

Latino dominance over the last two decades in Major League Baseball will be punctuated in 2019 when two Hispanic super stars will be inducted at Cooperstown in the same class. Legendary New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera was elected to the Hall of Fame unanimously on his first year of eligibility, a feat never before accomplished. The son of a humble fisherman, Rivera’s next career...

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CITIES AND TOWNS WHERE LATINOS “ASSIMILATE” IN MAINSTREAM AMERICA Politics

It’s been a tough couple of years for people of color in Donald Trump’s America, especially Latinos. For starters, the immediate discontinuation of the DACA program put “Dreamers” on the brink of deportation. Then came the Central American “caravans,” a pilgrimage of poverty that in prior times consisted primarily of young men looking for work. Now because of drug punks, gangs and violent crime, entire...

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