6 Minute Career Climb: You, Inc. Video

6 Minute Career Climb: You, Inc.

6 Minute Career Climb Tip of the Day: Never ask someone to be your mentor. In “6 Minute Career Climb: You, Inc.,” Time Warner exec Daisy Auger-Dominguez shares with TWLC’s Viviana Hurtado 2 career success essentials: the board of You, Inc., plus how to leverage workplace diversity to advance quickly. Watch the video here: How to […]

When Singing Barney Songs is Mightier than Cartel Gunshots

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This video will make you tremble with fear, outrage, and sadness. Kindergarten teacher Martha Rivera Alanis captures on her cell phone how she calmed her students by singing Barney songs, as a gunfight raged near the school in Monterrey, Mexico’s industrial hub in the northern state of Nuevo León. Rivera Alanis sweetly instructs the kids […]

6 Minute Career Climb: More Money Video

TWLC's 6 Minute Climb

6 Minute Career Climb Tip of the Day: Manage your career because if you don’t, someone else will. TWLC is unveiling a new segment called 6 Minute Career Climb.  Industry experts reveal the secrets of HR and highly compensated employees to negotiate the best offer, strategies to turn professional obstacles into assets, all to keep you […]

¿United States Naval Ship Cesar Chavez?

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This week Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced the 14th and last Lewis and Clark-class of dry cargo/ammunition ship to be built by the General Dynamics NASSCO shipyard in San Diego, would be named after the godfather of the Latino civil rights movement, Cesar Chavez. Chavez served in the Navy from 1944 to 1946, and upon completing […]

SEAL an Anchor Baby? How an Assumption Became Truth (and I’m Not Talking about la Virgen María)

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As details of Osama bin Laden’s assassination spread virally throughout the internet, so are rumors that one of the Navy SEALs involved in arguably one of history’s most anticipated deaths is an “anchor baby” or a child born to illegal immigrants in the U.S.  Not only has this information NOT been confirmed or denied, it is likely […]

Open Letter to Time Managing Editor Richard Stengel

The 2011 Time 100 Cover Courtesy: Time

Dear Mr. Stengel, When I noticed the lack of Latinos and Latin Americans in the 2011 Time 100, I thought: Again?  My criticism does not probe whether Gossip Girl Blake Lively should be on the same “list” as Afghan prosecutor general Maria Bashir or if the blonde bombshell took the place of someone more relevant. […]

The High Heeled Kitchen: Royal Wedding Cake Recipes-Boda Real Style

Prince William and Princess Catherine Courtesy: AP

Confesión: I was up at the crack of dawn to see every frame of William and Kate’s Wedding Extravaganza, as Little Girl Me was when Diana wed Charles, and Local Brownsville, Texas Reporter Me was when Spain’s Felipe, Prince of Asturias, married Letizia. Do more pressing issues such as Latino high school drop out rates […]

Bebé Plus Me: To Go Back to Work or Not to Go Back to Work. That is the question.

Viviana Hurtado in Latina Magazine: "Anchor Baby": When a Dictionary Definition Makes a Political Statement

Before Hamlet famously declared “to be or not to be,” Mamis have been struggling with the decision to go back to work, if we can afford it, or stay at home.  Two of my closest friends had their daughters within months of Baby L.  One has decided to go back to work, the other is […]