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When it comes to fashion, Latinas are known for not being afraid to rock what our mamas gave us. Whether accentuating our curves in pencil skirts or going with the flow in ethereal bohemian dresses, Latinas can pull off any style. We rounded up 25 mujeres bringing their flavor to the fashion world in a very big way.
It’s no secret Latinas are underrepresented in corporate America with only 5 percent sitting on Fortune 500 boards. The fact that of the 20 female CEOs at Fortune 500 companies, only four are women of color and none are Latina, paints a pretty grim reality. Despite this disparity, we rounded up 50 Latinas doing their thing at Fortune 500 companies. Whether working their way up the corporate ladder, or serving on the board, these mujeres prove we’re coming up in top-ranked corporations.
Julianne Moore, Rosie Perez, John Leguizamo, and Christy Turlington Burns are among a new wave of stars standing up for immigration reform by rocking fedoras and voicing their own immigrant stories.
Famed fashion photographer Albert Watson shot the celebrities for a campaign by We Belong Together, which empowers women to support immigration reform and keep families together, called Fedoras For Fairness.
When the topic of immigration reform and health care comes up, immigrants are oftentimes expected to be a drain on federal programs. But a new study published Wednesday in the journal Health Affairs is debunking that myth.
Conducted by Harvard University, the study revealed immigrants contributed $115 billion more to Medicare than they drew out between 2002 and 2009.
Stage dives: you win some, you lose some. Unfortunately for Grammy Award-winning artist Miguel, he may not be able to live down his on-stage mishap at the Billboard Music Awards.
The "Adorn" singer, who accidentally landed on two fans while attempting to fly over them during his Billboard Music Awards performance on May 19, may be facing a lawsuit by one.
YouTube comments are infamous for getting out-of-control and downright nasty, but when commentators get racist someone's got to pull the plug. That latest someone is Cheerios, who disabled comments on their YouTube ad featuring a biracial family after racist slurs started flying.
The Cheerios ad depicts a white mom, a black dad, and their daughter, a modern-day family some people just aren't ready to accept apparently.
Leave it to Sofia Vergara—one of the sexiest, and according to Forbes magazine, "Most Powerful Women"—to get not one, but two wax figurines at Madame Tussauds.
The wax museum will unveil the curvaceous replicas June 4 in New York, an event the Colombian bombshell herself will attend.
Women may make up the majority of online users, trendsetters, and consumers, but we have a long way to go to reach proportionate amounts in the field of technology. Women account for only 5% of tech engineers and startup founders and represent 12% of all computer science graduates. Latinas are even less represented with only .03% of Latina freshmen majoring in computer science in 2006. Despite the low numbers, we tracked down 25 Latinas changing the face of technology and inspiring others to do the same.
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