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TWLC’s Viviana Hurtado on Univisión’s “Al Punto con Jorge Ramos”

Viviana Hurtado on Univisión's "Al Punto con Jorge Ramos"

In my house, we watch Meet the Press and Al Punto con Jorge Ramos, Univisión’s public affairs show (of course, I’m a big policy dork who channel surfs to catch glimpses of the other programs).  Why? Because on the other  Read More...

HuffPo Latino Voices: Open Letter to Barack Obama: Mr. President, Three Plays to Score a Jobs Golazo

President Obama Jobs Speech

Dear Mr. President, Thursday night’s “jobs” speech is one of your most important: you must convince anxious and increasingly skeptical Americans that your plan will create employment and stimulate the flatlining economy toward recovery–and away from recession.  Failing to do  Read More...

TWLC’s Viviana Hurtado on NPR’s “Tell More More” with Michel Martin

Viviana Hurtado & NPR's Tell Me More with Michel Martin

I should check the TWLC inbox on a regular basis (emails are supposed to go to TWLC’s gmail account but don’t.  I am the IT dept. of the operation.  ’Nuf said). That’s where I got an invitation to be on  Read More...

UPDATE: “Anatomy of an Immigration Debate: Watch Your Mouth, Watch Your Step” Published in HuffPo Latino Voices, Comment Firestorm

President Obama Going to Vacation on Martha's Vineyard

The Huffington Post published this blog Op-Ed in HuffPo Latino Voices where for a few minutes, it was the main story, before being bumped by the news that a federal judge is hearing arguments on Alabama’s new immigration law, the toughest in  Read More...

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  Read More...

Anatomy of an Immigration Debate: Presidential Carne Asada at NCLR

President Barack Obama at the NCLR 2011 Annual Conference

Latinos are often described as a “friendly” audience for Democrats and Barack Obama. Therefore it was surprising when the President threw out some “red meat” to rev up the simpaticos at the annual convention of the National Council of La Raza  Read More...

Nominated for Blogs By Latina’s 2011 Best News / Politics Blog!

2011 Blogs by Latinas Awards

Have you ever wanted to strangle the next person who says, “Think positive, because positive energy will beget more positive energy” with the quartz that’s daintily dangling on a necklace around their neck? I would dig my hands deep into  Read More...

Anatomy of an Immigration Debate: Brown Faces at the White House

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“E pluribus unum” –Motto found on the seal of the United States The dictum “Out of many, one” is as ubiquitous–officially–as it is defining of  U.S. mythology. It is imprinted on money which underscores how critical it is to the  Read More...