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TWLC’s Viviana Hurtado Fox News Latino Politics Contributor: “Is Cecilia Muñoz Being Treated as a Modern Day Malinche?”

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For those of you keeping score, this is my 18th part-time/full-time job, but man, I couldn’t be more psyched! I’m excited to share that I was asked to regularly contribute a politics column on Fox New Latino led by top journos Francisco Cortés, Sr. and Alberto Vourvoulias. Fox News and Latino, ¿¿¿¿¿quuuuuéééé????? Jes, heard that right. […]

Latina Magazine: Election 2012: The GOP Candidates’ Stance on Immigration

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Latinos are furious with the President for failing to deliver on his promise of immigration reform as I outline in the series “Anatomy of an Immigration Debate” and the Latina Magazine post that preceded this one which looks at Obama’s stance on this political hot button issue.  But where do those vying to be his Republican […]

Latina Magazine: Election 2012: President Obama’s Stance on Immigration

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Latino voters are a double political threat because they care deeply about immigration–and other big issues such as jobs which I have written about in TWLC series, “Anatomy of an Immigration Debate.” That means, Republicans, you can’t let your xenophobic wing hijack your party and turn off Latinos–illegal, legal, South American scion working on Wall Street, […]

HuffPo Latino Voices: Why This “Colombiana” Is Going to Watch Colombiana

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National Public Radio’s “Tell Me More” invited me to appear on the “Beauty Shop” which I blog about in “TWLC’s Viviana Hurtado on NPR’s “Tell More More” with Michel Martin.”  Like “Barber Shop,” the end-of-the-show segment is modeled after the conversations exchanged in spaces where friends gather and talk about hot topics in a real, break-it-down […]

TWLC’s New B-F-F is Arianna Huffington!

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This headline grabbed your attention, didn’t it? Actually, better than being Arianna’s B-F-F, the Huffington Post asked me to contribute to their newly launched HuffPost Latino Voices.  I’ll be joining other thought “act” leaders such as the National Council of La Raza’s Prez and CEO Janet Murguía, Voto Latino’s Executive Director María Teresa Kumar, and New Latina‘s […]