What does the increase in student loan rates mean for Latino students?  Latinos are more likely to depend on student loans, so they're more susceptible to debt and  financial risk.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will meet with a group of Corinthian Colleges' students who refuse to repay their federal loans.

"Black" is a descriptive term meant to describe the condition of the so-called black man: dirty, sullen, evil. "White" then must mean the opposite and indeed it does but since there is no truly black or white person on the planet, it seems we've been duped into accepting terms meant to uplift one group at the expense of the other. Bamboozled, hoodwinked, led astray, led a muck . . .

Its what conquers do, erase the heritage as it has been done in countless countries across the world. The price of that loss is a loss of identity as something beautiful is killed.

Kids in Baltimore, MD use "yo" as a gender-neutral pronoun. Click through to read the NPR article.  Their intention does not seem to be to correct sexist language, but that is the end result nonetheless.

'Yo' Said What?

Study: Latino Children Make Up For Academic Shortcomings With Strong Social Skills / Support NPR

Jimmy's Politico: What Does "Latino" mean to USC students?

A fiscal conservative's viewpoint of American and International politics & their impacts to the American people.

Intervention in Syria: What does it mean for Latinos?  " ... what this means for Latinos given past interventions in Latin America."

Intervention in Syria: What does it mean for Latinos? what this means for Latinos given past interventions in Latin America.

Latin for Moms: Understanding the Five Basic Cases | Afterthoughts: A Thoughtful Blog for the Classical, Charlotte Mason Mama

Latin for Moms: Understanding the Five Basic Cases

The American Dream in 2013: What Does It Mean to Achieve It?  Infographic from https://www.learnvest.com/

The American Dream in 2013: What Does It Mean to Achieve It?

Drama ensues when a member of the Salazar family is faced with HIV. The big question is, who has it and what does it mean to everyone around this person. AltaMed’s award winning and nationally recognized telenovela web-series Sin Vergüenza (Without Shame) addresses this very topic - the impact HIV has on all the members of a Latino family – from baby to grandparent. Through the Salazar family you will learn about unexpected contributors of risk in the ongoing spread of HIV in this community…

Drama ensues when a member of the Salazar family is faced with HIV. The big question is, who has it and what does it mean to everyone around this person. AltaMed’s award winning and nationally recognized telenovela web-series Sin Vergüenza (Without Shame) addresses this very topic - the impact HIV has on all the members of a Latino family – from baby to grandparent. Through the Salazar family you will learn about unexpected contributors of risk in the ongoing spread of HIV in this community…

What does it mean to be black and Latino in the U.S.? Featuring interviews with Latino actors Laz Alonso ("Avatar", "Jumping the Broom"), Tatyana Ali ("Fresh Prince of Bel Air"), Gina Torres ("Suits, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys") and Judy Reyes ("Scrubs"), musicians Christina Milian ("Dip it Low") and Kat DeLuna ("Whine Up"), and journalist Soledad O'Brien (CNN), among many others.

In this video, celebrities including Christina Milan and Tatyana Ali, express how difficult it was to get work as a Latino because of the colour of the skin and how it was easier to go for African American roles.

How the Census Missed 400,000 Latino Kids - Seventy-two percent of the “invisible” Latinos live in five states—California, Texas, Florida, Arizona and New York. What does that mean for funding their education?

The Persistent Undercounting of America's Latino Kids

How the Census Missed Latino Kids - Seventy-two percent of the “invisible” Latinos live in five states—California, Texas, Florida, Arizona and New York. What does that mean for funding their education?

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