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Two Young Latino Leaders on Finding Success in Corporate America
Two of GM's young Latino professionals among professionals named by the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility - by LatinoLA Contributor
June 7, 2016


Obama Cabinet Member Receives Honorary Degree from Cal State LA
Maria Contreras-Sweet will be conferred an honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters during Cal State LA's Commencement - by LatinoLA Contributor
June 1, 2016










VIDEO: Latina First-Gen College Student
Captured year by year, Boyhood style - by Mira Zimet
May 17, 2016


Defending American Shores: One Family's Service to Country
The strong commitment of one Mexican-American family to the defense of America - by Jennifer C. Vo and John P. Schmal
May 4, 2016










Who Was Marco Antonio Firebaugh and Why Should We Honor Him?
A life his dedicated to serving the most vulnerable and the underrepresented - by Prof. Armando Vazquez-Ramos and Mayra Castro
March 16, 2016


Tower of Power's Brass Master
Legendary multi-instrumentalist Mic Gillette continues to shine as a band leader, session player and music teacher - by Dr. Al Carlos Hernandez, Contributing Editor
January 6, 2016




Sabor Latino Returns to the Spotlight Once Again
Sabor Latino's second book "Mis Grandes Canciones y Poemas" will be released to online book stores early 2016 - by LatinoLA Contributor

Ruby Polanco President/Founder of the Ruby Makeup Academy
Makeup academy founder makes Hollywood dreams come true - by Matthew Davis

Meet Guadalupe Ba??ales, Engineer at General Motors
Latest interviewee in Role Model Series strives to be an engineer at the forefront of more fuel efficient vehicle technology - by Armando F Sanchez

On-demand Interviews with Top 68 Authors, Writers and Leaders
Be inspired by their writings, stories and outstanding literary works with these webcasts, podcasts and articles - by Armando F Sanchez, Contributing Writer

Video: Interview with JPL/NASA's Christina Diaz
A Latina in STEM as field systems engineer for the Mars 2020 Rover - by Armando F Sanchez

Latino Representation in California (1849-2015)
The long-term struggle for a voice in public affairs - by John P. Schmal

ViceVersa Magazine is Celebrating Its First Birthday
Every week, ViceVersa Magazine publishes interviews with important Latin personalities, as well as young new talent - by LatinoLA Contributor

Meet: Thelma T. Reyna, Ph.D., Award-winning Writer and Poet
She's a logger, editor, writer, consultant, professor ... listen to her on live global podcast - by Armando F Sanchez, Contributing Writer

Latin-Alt Singer De'Anza First To Perform Inside Amoeba
Amoeba Music, the largest independent record store in the world, hosts weekly in-store performances. - by Ky Vera

Rising Jazz-pop Star Irene Diaz to open Netroots Nation
Headlining opening of the largest gathering of progressive activists, candidates and Members of Congress in Phoenix, July 16-19 - by Patrick O'Heffernan

CCNMA 2015 Ruben Salazar Awards Announced
CNN Digital, CNN Espa??ol and CSUN student named winners

?íLa India Maria, Presente!
Commemorating the passing of the first genre-busting cyber-indigena and celebrated entertainment innovator - by Pocha Pe??a

MovingUP Spotlight: Luis Quiroz and The Airliner
"Don't give up on your dreams and be willing to do whatever it takes to have what you want." - by Jose Alfaro


Lethal Latina Debuts at Invicta Fighting Championships
Lethal Laura makes her Invicta FC debut on home turf at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, February 27 - by LatinoLA Contributor

Thanking Those Who Worked in Secret
Our heroes of the Cold War era - by Armando F Sanchez

Spotlight on the Brown
L.A.'s unsinkable Hank Castro, Mr. Brown Eyed Soul - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor

Discovering Family Secrets About Their Work
The importance of honoring our family for their work in the defense of our nation - by Armando F Sanchez, Contributing Writer

The Legend: Trini Lopez
From the barrio to Beverly Hills, this folk singing sensation took the world by storm - by Dr. Al Carlos Hernandez, Hispanic News On-Line

Notes from ChicanAztlan: Miriam's Electricity War Part 2
In Tijuana, a lot of families had gone into debt, just a month before Christmas, in order to install their electrical posts and - by John Edward Rangel

Victor Villase??or, Author of Rain of Gold
Interview with Victor Villase??or, a Mexican-American author, screenplay writer and gifted and accomplished speaker - by Armando F Sanchez, Contributing Writer

New Los Angeles Poet Laureate is Chicano Writer Luis Rodriguez
Luis is only the second poet laureate--and the first Latino - by LatinoLA Contributor

Brazilian Designer and Photographer Debuts National Exhibition
The Exhibition AfroBrasil: Art and Identities looks to address the complexities of Brazil's heritage across frontiers - by LatinoLA Contributor

Notes from ChicanAztlan: Miriam's Electricity War
In TJ's Fracc. L del E., she scraped together the hundred plus dollars needed to purchase and install her electrical meter - by John Edward Rangel

Goodbye, Mi Jefe...Thanks For the Ride!
The passing of a beloved father, grandfather, uncle, and neighborhood icon - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor

The Dancing Lady of San Fernando Valley
San Fernando Valley's local legend "Dancing Mary" Brewer is an inspiration to many - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor


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