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¡Viviana Hurtado’s The Wise Latina Club LATISM 2012 Best Politics Blog!

Viviana Hurtado's The Wise Latina Club is LATISM's 2012 Best Politics Blog

You did it again! You helped make The Wise Latina Club Latinos in Social Media (LATISM)‘s 2012 Best Politics Blog for the second year in a row. LATISM is a special community, bringing together Hispanics from all walks of life, working on a variety of issues  Read More...

¡The Wise Latina Club 2012 Blogs by Latinas Best News Blog!

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Amigos, some great news. The Wise Latina Club was awarded the 2012 Favorite News Blog by Blogs by Latinas, an online directory of more than 2000 blogs world-wide, written by Hispanic women for the second year in a row. This recognition is  Read More...

Why There Should Not Be a ‘Latino’ Debate

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado in Fox News Latino: Why There Should Be No Latino Debate

Minutes after the Commission on Presidential Debates, or CPD, announced that CNN’s Candy Crowley would be the first woman in 20 years to moderate one of the 2012 debates, the Twitterverse started burning up with the question: Why wasn’t a  Read More...

Wonder Twin Powers Activate: ¡Form of One of the Most Powerful Latinas in Social Media!

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado Covers RNC 2012 for LATISM: The Trip to Tampa

You learn a lot of things on Twitter.  Like Bin-Laden‘s death.  That J-Lo and Marc Anthony are finito.  That @InvisibleObama is long on funny but short on clever. I also found out that I had been named by U.S. Hispanic-centered  Read More...

Viviana Hurtado One of Huffington Post’s Top 50 Latinos on Twitter

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado 1 of Top 50 Latinos to Follow on Twitter

I was especially groggy this morning, having re-connected with a friend I haven’t seen in years who recently moved back to Washington.  We are kindred spirits, ruled–many times subverted–by our insatiable curiosity. We gabbed late into a school night. My  Read More...

When Singing Barney Songs is Mightier than Cartel Gunshots

Courtesy: Regioblogs

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  Read More...

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  Read More...