What the Healthcare Ruling and the Civil Rights Era Greats Have in Common

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It’s not every day that the Supreme Court hands down a ruling that could end up determining a court’s legacy. It’s also not everyday that I am invited to guest host NPR’s Tell Me More with Michel Martin. Click here to see a cute Tout video shot by senior producer Davar Ardalan after our live broadcast […]

“Ain’t No Stopping Us Now” or Latino Voters Explained in One Song

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado on Latino Voters Explain in One Song: McFadden & Whitehead's Ain't No Stopping Us Now

Kitchen tables is where family budgets are stretched next to clipped coupons or if you’re digitally savvy like Cuponeando‘s Yoly Mason, bar-scanned into her smartphone.  Growing up we had a round table which held in its unbroken circle my dreams, while I set or cleared it.  This is where Mami and Papi sat to “figure” […]

Candidate Impulso: Cristina’s or the Economy’s?

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Cristina Saralegui, better known to Latinos simply as “Cristina” is Spanish-language TV’s Oprah.  Her popular talk show El show de Cristina for 21 years beginning in 1989 made her beloved among U.S. Hispanics who felt no one was speaking to them and looked to her for information on a range of issues–cheating hubs, domestic violence, staying […]

The Give Up

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Everything is an exchange.  Everything.  And virtually everything is politics.  I’m not talking ’bout kissing babies and stumping at high school auditoriums once every four years.  What kinds of light bulbs do you use?  Do you send your children to private or public school?  How ’bout the air you breathe?  Latinas, what’s in there? Notre […]

“Dream a Little Bigger,” Unless You’re a DREAMer

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Ignore.  Shhh.  Keep Quiet. That’s the campaign’s strategy on immigration since the GOP Presidential debates.  Mitt Romney  supports legal immigration, a position that breaks with the fringe such as the Federation for American Immigration Reform which does not support any immigration. Punto final.  As for the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants in the U.S.? Self-deport. […]

¿It’s the Economía, Estúpido?

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado on Is it the economía, estúpido?

A speech. An Ad. Un ado. Separately, each means nothing more than a headline but together, we can see the tightrope Mitt Romney is walking as he tries to reach out to Latinos, the demographic juggernaut and emerging voting bloc that he’s losing by significant margins to President Obama. Polls are tricky–margins of error, what […]

TWLC’s Viviana Hurtado Selected as One of Most Influential Latina Bloggers

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado Nominated as LATISM's 2011 Best Political Blogger

LATINOS IN SOCIAL MEDIA (LATISM) SALUTES VIVIANA HURTADO AS ONE OF THE TOP LATINA BLOGGERS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY As part of the recognition, Viviana Hurtado will attend the First Ever Top Latina Blogger Retreat in Washington, DC WASHINGTON, DC (May 17, 2012) – Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) has recognized Viviana Hurtado, Founder and Blogger-in-Chief of […]

Election 2012: Will Obama Deliver on Comprehensive Immigration Reform?

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado in Fox News Latino: Will Obama Deliver Comprehensive Immigration Reform?

Why do I keep pushing on comprehensive immigration reform?  It’s not just because I believe our current laws are better suited for the 20th century and that the economic benefits to reform are tremendous to our strapped local budgets.  Or that it will help our global economic competitiveness if we attract engineers, scientists, and founders […]