November 29, 2014
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Media de los Muertos: Latino Publishers and Journalists Face Tough Choices

By Valerie Menard

The digital revolution has given rise to a multimedia onslaught that challenges us to either keep up with technology or get out of the way. Traditional print media has been hit hard, with many daily papers and magazines folding or staying alive with just digital versions. Latino media and journalists have had to adjust with the times.

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Today’s Features

Voto Aquí

By Valerie Menard

Texas Democratic Party Chair Gilberto Hinojosa shares why this mid-term election matters and what Latinos voters can do about it. Read More

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Final Weekend for Vecinos

By Latinometro Staff

How well do you know your neighbors? Austin playwright, Rupert Reyes, paints a picture of love, senior style, in his play Vecinos, performed for the final weekend at the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, 600 River Street, this Friday, August 15–Sunday, August 17. Read More

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2014 NO MAS HAMBRE Summit-Agenda

By Latinometro Staff

The No Mas Hambre Summit takes place this Thursday. Free and open to the public, the following is an agenda for the day. Read More

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LATINO Magazine will convene the 2014 NO MAS HAMBRE Summit on June 19

By Latinometro Staff

Nearly one third of all Latinos go hungry, yet many in our community remain unaware of this problem. To address this, LATINO Magazine will convene the third annual NO MAS HAMBRE Summit on June 19 at the Capital Hilton in Washington, DC. Read More

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