Even the WWE has recognized the influence Latinos have on mainstream America and is looking to hire a Hispanic writer to target their growing Hispanic audience. Click through to check out the article.
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What better way to influence mainstream America than through the American tradition of political activism? Latinos are mobilizing across the country to push for comprehensive immigration reform, and their voices are being heard more and more each day. Click through to read the article!
It appears that being Latino and the influence that has on others around you reaches far beyond the borders of the US. Click through to the article to read about the nuances of being a Latino, what it means to be one, and how this debate is circling around a pope that was born in Argentina and raised by immigrant parents from Italy.
Not only does some of the world’s best coffee come from Latin America, but it appears that Hispanics are also contributing to the growth in coffee consumption in the US. Check out the article for more info!
"…evidence is growing that Latino influence on mainstream society is growing far beyond the consumption of tacos and salsa music. This has important consequences for marketing by multicultural and general-market professionals alike.”
I couldn’t have said it better myself.
In light of the growing Latino presence in America, it is about time that this trend is reflected in our government. With 3 Latino Senators and 28 Latino members of the House, there is an unprecedented number of Latino representatives in the 113 Congress.
Check out these gastronomic examples of the Latino Influence that you should all look out for in 2013!
"NO LEAVO, I BEGO"
Don’t know what compelled this guy to create this song and have Erik Estrada in the video, but, hey, it’s just another testament to the growing Latino Influence in America.
Check out a webcast explaining our recently completed Latino Influence Project Report that we create in collaboration with Experian Simmons. Find out about some of the findings and implications we discovered during our research!
If you’re a foodie, a history buff, or just love being Latino, check out the Smithsonian’s current exhibit on Latino Food. The exhibition is celebrating 70 years of Latino food tradition in the United States by highlighting a number of families and their food traditions.