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Embracing the Return of the Great American Road Trip
As winter fades, Americans are preparing for an old-fashioned summer — loading up the family car and seeing the national sights.
Adam Richman Dishes on a Traveler's Favorite Food
Adam Richman travels the world in search of incredible meals, and he has great advice for cross-country road trippers, too.
How to Help Students Not Be Bystanders to Bullying
For children, the hallway can be a scary place. But we can make bullying a thing of the past by empowering young people to take this mental health crisis into their own hands.
Does Your Phone Help, or Hurt Your Relationship, with Nature?
Though many Americans have a deep connection to nature, we all experience it in unique ways that may or may not include our cell phones.
How a Young Girl's Death Started a Mission to End Distracted Driving
Distracted driving is one of the single greatest threats to teenagers’ lives. Here’s what you can do to help keep our children safe.
Shakira on the Equalizing Power of Childhood Education
Though the “Hips Don’t Lie” singer is known worldwide for her music, she's also working towards a worldwide solution to poverty.
How Iskra Lawrence Defeated Body Shame
Model Iskra Lawrence struggled with never having “the right body,” but acceptance brought her huge success.
How Deportation Divided Diane Guerrero’s Family
She survived her family’s deportation and separation. Now the “Orange Is the New Black” star is sharing her experience.
Actress Ariel Winter Has a Message for Social Media Shamers
Teen life has never been easy. Actress Ariel Winter knows that fast-paced technology can amplify negativity, but it can help spread positivity too.
Carmelo Anthony on His Background and Paying It Forward
The New York Knicks forward’s Hispanic heritage taught him the importance of community, and now he’s giving back to the neighborhoods he grew up in.
Changing the Conversation About Body Shaming
In a society that holds too many opinions about women’s bodies, how can we break the control that body shaming has over so many innocent lives?
Secretary John King’s Lessons on Classroom Diversity
We spoke with the U.S. Secretary of Education on how to ensure that students of all backgrounds succeed in academia.
How Can Colleges Support Their Growing Latino Population?
Many college students in the steadily-growing Latino demographic will be the first in their families to go to college. How can we encourage their success in higher education?
The Cultural Impact of Hispanic Americans
Hispanic Americans don’t just comprise a large part of the population; they’ve been a hugely influential force in determining the modern vision of the American Dream.
Netflix’s Dascha Polanco Fights Red Carpet Expectations
Polanco is speaking out on body type and encouraging others to define beauty on their own terms.
Dascha Polanco on Why Being Latina Is a Complicated Role
The “Orange Is the New Black” actress discusses the nuances of Hispanic heritage and the representation of Latinos in film.
How STEM Careers Are Opening Doors for Latinos
Some groundbreaking new programs are increasing Latinos’ presence in the professional world by emphasizing new careers.
Why Diabetes Awareness Is a Vital Part of Hispanic Heritage Month
During Hispanic Heritage Month, it’s crucial to raise awareness of diabetes, a disease for which the Hispanic community is a particularly high-risk group.
3 Start-Up Tips for Hispanic Entrepreneurs
Hispanic business owners are responsible for a large part of America’s start-ups. What are the best ways to get off the ground?
The Political Stake of Young Latinos
As one of the largest populations in the United States, Latinos have not only a crucial interest, but a powerful voice in the future of America.
Carmelo Anthony’s Plan to Give His Community a Jump Start
The infamous New York Knicks star and his family started the Carmelo Anthony Foundation to initiate positive change in the Latino community and to inspire hope.
America Ferrera on the Importance of the Hispanic Vote
We asked the “Superstore” star about the power of the Latino community to affect change, and her efforts to mobilize every vote.
Before You Board: Create Your Cuba Itinerary With the Experts
Three specialists who make a living showing curious travelers a uniquely authentic experience of life in Cuba answer the questions at the tip of a tourist’s tongue.
Considering Cuba? Here's Your Essential Travel Guide
Between rolling mountains and breathtaking shores, fine cigars and vintage cars, here’s what you need to know before booking a trip to Cuba in 2016.
Eva Longoria on Fashion, Education and Emojis
The Latina businesswoman and actress talks about turning her childhood dream into her newest venture, and her other empowering enterprises.
Jeannie Mai: Beauty Begins with the Right Ingredients
The fashion stylist and talk show host shares what inspired her to switch to an organic lifestyle and why she never looked back.
The New Mainstream: Who Are Hispanic Millennials?
As the fastest growing segment of the population, both marketers are scrambling to earn the trust of the Hispanic millennial.
Hot for Havana? 5 Travel Hacks for Cuba in 2016
Managing any travel itinerary can be overwhelming, but TripAdvisor's tips for visiting Cuba can help minimize the stress so you can maximize your experience.
Chef Rodriguez’s Innovative Culinary Concept
For one chef, a trip to Cuba became more than a culinary turning point. He shared with Mediaplanet what keeps him coming back — with hungry food lovers in tow.
13 Curious Facts About Cuba
Its distinct cigars, lush beaches and bustling nightlife are world-famous, but there's plenty you most likely don't know about the Caribbean's largest island.
La La Anthony: ‘My Culture Is Who I Am’
Actress, author, mother and wife La La Anthony plays many roles, most recently in the Starz drama series “Power.”
What Can Latinos Do to Increase College Enrollment?
Nearly 3 million Latinos are enrolled in colleges and universities, making us the second largest group at the undergraduate level.
Puppy On Board: Vacationing With Your Furry Friend
That dream vacation only gets dreamier when our dogs are invited. With these must-have tips, you and your furry friend will be prepared for all of life’s travel adventures.
Confidence Counts: 5 Ways to Break Free of Negative Media Messages
Do you feel bombarded with media messages that say your body isn't good enough? You're not alone—and there is a solution.
Sports: The Antidote to Girls' Low Self-Esteem?
While the media tells women they must be thin and perfect, picking new role models for girls might be the way to change direction.
The Smart Age: Protecting What’s Important to You (Q&A)
Three thought leaders shed light on how you can be certain your family is safe and sound this summer.
Zoe Saldana on Keeping Hispanic Customs Alive
To the “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Avatar” star, Hispanic heritage is “everything”—and a tradition she has a responsibility to continue.
Safe and Sound: Securing Our Kids’ Relationship with the Internet
Online privacy and online safety go hand in hand, making Internet Safety Month is a great time for you to think about the best ways to manage your kids’ privacy and security.
Head Injuries: Caring for Visible and Invisible Wounds
Concussions in professional, college and youth sports have affected large numbers of American young athletes, causing wounds that we can only sometimes see.
Safety in Numbers: What Statistics Say About Home Security
Calculating the value of a home security system can be tricky, but the following burglary statistics and industry insights can help you make an informed decision.
Knowledge Is Power: Debunking 3 Popular Pepper Spray Myths
With any self-defense tool, there are concerns about what could go wrong. When these worries turn into fear-based myths, they can keep us from protecting ourselves.
Ohio State’s ‘Mr. Big Nut’ Takes Super-Fandom to New Heights
Jon Peters, one of Ohio State University’s biggest fans, proves a little school spirit can go a long way.
Mexico Preps for Pan-American Games, Touts Expanded TV Coverage
As Hispanic Heritage Month unfolds, Mexico will get a chance to engage in the tradition of the Pan American Games as the official torch, making its way more than 9,000 miles through the villages and cities of Mexico.
Comedian George Lopez Gives Back, Shows He's More Than Just Laughs
How does one latino comedian give back more than just laughs to the community? He calls on his own life experiences as inspiration, and fights to improve the depiction of latinos.
Measuring the Impact of Hispanic Businesses and Entrepreneurs
Multicultural contributions strengthen the fabric of our communities across all 50 states.
Mario Lopez Celebrates Heritage and Inspires Younger Generations
“Extra” TV host Mario Lopez is a son, a husband, a father and a proud Latino.
Why Diversity Matters in the Boardroom
The importance of diversity in the boardroom extends far beyond filling quotas or creating a lineup that looks good to the general public.
No Barriers in Her Way: Karla Martinez Lives Out Her Dreams
TV personality Karla Martinez weighs in on the importance of continuing education and celebrating heritage.
Cruising Into Success: Victor Cruz Scores as Hispanic Role Model
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz shines light on the role education and family play in his victories on and off the field.
Ene-Be-A: Culture on the Court
Top Hispanic NBA players pay tribute to their heritage and inspire future Hispanic leaders.
The Road to Citizenship: Exploring Immigration Reform
After hearing from their constituents week after week during the August Congressional recess, the House of Representatives is expected to take up immigration reform this fall.
A Voice Entirely Your Own
Brandy Contreras, Director of International HR at Twitter, explains how social media is changing the way that Hispanics communicate.
Putting Family First
Many hopes and dreams involve family. While Hispanic Heritage Month is a perfect time to celebrate family traditions, it’s also a perfect time to plan for the future.
Culture, Confidence, Success
College student Ricardo Rocha currently studies biology and chemistry, and aims to attend medical school where he will study neuroscience. He looks to his heritage and family for inspiration along the way.
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