“Slut Walks” & Flat Taxes: TWLC’s Viviana Hurtado on NPR’s Tell Me More with Michel Martin

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Oh yeah! When the topics are this varied, you know you’ve entered the “Beauty Shop” where women thought leaders chat on NPR’s Tell Me More with Michel Martin about the hottest political, economic, and social issues. Click here to listen to previous Beauty Shop “appearances.” This week I joined the very snobalicious Danielle Belton of […]

Special Guest Post! Knowledge Conquers Fear: October is Spina Bifida Awareness Month

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This is a first for The Wise Latina Club.  I’ve teamed up with two Wonder Women–Charlie’s Angels, make that Carlos’ Ángeles–to spotlight spina bifida, the most common permanently disabling birth defect in the U.S.  It occurs when the baby’s spine doesn’t close in the first months of pregnancy. This “first” begins with Laurita Tellado, who […]

¡Nominated as LATISM’s 2011 Best Political Blogger!

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

As some of you know from last week’s post which details the high of my nomination which came during the low of Yellow’s death, my jaw dropped when I found out someone nominated The Wise Latina Club and I as Latinos in Social Media (LATISM)’s 2011 Best Political Blogger. LATISM has been called one of the most influential online movements […]

Named Latina Magazine’s Political Contributor: 10 Things Every Latina Should Know About Occupy Wall Street

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I have been reading Latina Magazine since the days of the original white font, JLO first and subsequent covers. So you can imagine how over the moon I was to be named Latina.com’s (the mag’s website) political contributor ahead of the 2012 election! Latina is the #1 on-line fashion, entertainment, and lifestyle brand for Hispanic women, particularly […]

The High Heeled Kitchen – Cozumel Ceviche Video

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Ceviche. Food of the gods, savored year-round in Latin American tropical coastal communities. This fish dish is also perfecto for summer. Some people fear raw fish.  ¡Silly rabbit!, says the chica who’s paid the dear price of reckless-but ooh-soooo-goooood eating in markets, truck stops, and beach shacks throughout the Spanish-speaking world (1 year of Flagyl, […]

6 Minute Career Climb: Moving Up, Moving On Video

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6 Minute Career Climb Tip of the Day: The People Who Ask Are the Ones Who Get Noticed. “6 Minute Career Climb: More Money” reveals how to secure the best compensation package once you’re offered the job.  “6 Minute Career Climb: You, Inc.” shows you how to assemble your board–You, Inc.–with people who will help your […]

Pulling NAHJ Back From the Brink

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The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) is on the brink: NAHJ reported in December a $240 million dollar deficit for the year.  All of the full-time staff is being laid off. Officers declared the Orlando 2011 convention will be the last “stand alone” conference with future gatherings a partnership with other trade groups such […]

Blogging, Journalism, & the Law

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No matter how burned out I feel by my frenetic-paced, all-in-one Wise Latina Club writer/editor/shooter/assignment desk manager/IT whiz/marketing expert, attending the annual National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)  convention re-charges me, in large part because of the young, hungry reporters I meet. This year in Orlando at the Disney Coronado Springs Resort was no different. […]