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Univision Candidate Forum Big Loser? Not the Prez, Not the Guv, But the Commish on Presidential Debates

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado Guest Hosts NPR's Tell Me More on day of "Obamacare" Ruling

Your humble Tweeter-in-Chief was glued to her computer screen to watch the Univision Candidates Forum and tweet out to the universo what Governor Romney on Wednesday followed by President Obama had to say. ¡Momento!  Aren’t there normally four debates, one each week of October, leading up to election day?  Indeed.  But the Commission for Presidential Debates […]

Viviana’s Upcoming Schedule

Viviana Hurtado, Ph.D.’s upcoming and past schedule includes public appearances on TV, radio and conferences. Washington, D.C.: 7/30/2013 Viviana appears on the Beauty Shop panel as part of the last broadcast of NPR’s Tell Me More with Michel Martin. Washington, D.C.: 7/26/2014 Viviana appears on MSNBC’s Craig Melvin show to discuss the unaccompanied immigrant children flooding the border and President Obama’s upcoming meeting with […]

Viviana in Print, on TV & Radio

Quoted in Rolling Stone, Time Magazine, and the Washington Post, Viviana Hurtado, Ph.D.’s insight is frequently sought out by the media–MSNBC and NPR where she is a regular analyst, as well as Univision, Telemundo, and CNN. Viviana’s TV Appearances Regular analyst contributions on MSNBC. Guest hosts KQED’s This Week in Northern California Roundtable looks at the effect […]

South African Pop Star Finishes High School At 60

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Whatta ya get when you mix inspiration with tough love, you know like when Mami‘s hand magically appeared out of nowhere after we said or did something bad, yanking our ears until they stung. Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse is a South African pop star who had it all–fame, lovely ladies, and money.  But he didn’t have a […]

What’s The Future For The ‘Kids Of Kabul’?

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¡Ah-hah! This is that quintessential NPR momento, when you learn something new. I know it sounds contradictory, but it’s like taking a mental vacation and the rush that comes with exploration and discovery. Both make you feel good. Canadian Journalist and author Deborah Ellis went to Kabul in 2011 and asked Afghanistan‘s children how they see […]

Gay Sally Ride–¿Y Qué?

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When the first woman in space died, the spotlight quickly turned from her significant professional accomplishments to her sexual orientation.  The website for her foundation Sally Ride Science “outed” her with the note that  Dr. Ride is survived by her partner of 27 years. All of a sudden, our gossipy culture where everyone claims to […]

Take It Offfff!!! Who Said Election 2012 Isn’t Sexy?

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It’s provocative, especially when arguably the strongest asset in a campaign is deployed. That happened when First Lady Michelle Obama sat down with Latina mothers for a friendly chat sponsored by Hispanic mom lifestyle-focused website Mamiverse.  That it was a first isn’t that important if you consider that Latino online presence and technology have grown exponentially […]

Latino Voters: The (In)Visible Political Giants?

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About one year ago, I was advocating for more mainstream news coverage of the Latino vote.  The 2010 U.S. Census confirmed what most of us who are Hispanic knew: our population had grown to 50 million or 16 percent of the general population and is expected to increase to 25 percent by 2050.  Unless you […]