The Indiana Latino Institute and the Latino Tobacco Control of Porter County presented an award to SUE”S BAKERY for turning the store into a no-smoking place. The owner Gladys Acevedo, received the award from Alicia Jackson and Leticia Mungia.


International Women’s Day (8 March) is an occasion marked by women’s groups around the world. This date is also commemorated at the United Nations and is designated in many countries as a national holiday. This picture was taken in Bogota, Colombia.

Strong Spanish at Home Helps Hispanic Children Learn English

HISPANIC PR WIRE)- Spanish-speaking parents can help their children prepare for school and provide a foundation for learning English by spending more time reading, talking and interacting in their native language. That is one of the preliminary research findings from HABLA, an educational outreach program in Orange County, California..

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Greater Dayton Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Hosts Meet and Greet Networking Event

The Greater Dayton Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GDHCC) will host its first networking event for the year on March 16, 2005 at El Meson Restaurant in West Carrollton from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm. “The Meet and Greet Networking event is an informal gathering for people to come and network with Latino entrepreneurs and area companies that are serving the needs of Hispanics in the Miami Valley”, explained Luis Riancho, President of the Chamber.

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BOOK REVIEW

Cómo Vivir y Prosperar en Estados Unidos / How to Live & Thrive in the U.S

New Book in English & Spanish Helps Immigrants with Their Day-to-Day Struggles to Succeed in the U.S.

If you moved to a new country, what would you do if you knew only a few words of the language and even less of the laws and customs? You would first have to find what questions to ask and what the answers mean, to find all the basic everyday things that the people who live there take for granted. You would probably want a how-to guide written in your own language.

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Greater Dayton Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Hosts Meet and Greet Networking Event

The Greater Dayton Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GDHCC) will host its first networking event for the year on March 16, 2005 at El Meson Restaurant in West Carrollton from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm. “The Meet and Greet Networking event is an informal gathering for people to come and network with Latino entrepreneurs and area companies that are serving the needs of Hispanics in the Miami Valley”, explained Luis Riancho, President of the Chamber.

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