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Latino

(lah-tēn′ō)
1. Pert. to Latin-American language, culture, or ethnicity.
2. A person of Latin-American or Spanish-speaking ancestry.
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Companies responding to LATINA Style's questionnaire are evaluated based on issues that LATINA Style magazine readers identified as most important to them in the workplace.
3 billion and Latinas account for 13% in all cosmetic spending to date.
I think that when you hear that it is possible to be fully Latina and keep your values and care about your family and be successful and that those things are not mutually exclusive," Galan says.
The forum in New York was organized as a gathering where today's Nueva Latinas could share real-life stories and cultural themes that loom large in, their lives, the company says.
Chicana artist Linda Garcia, left, shows 2013 Latina Summer Academy participants the effects of stippling, or punching into aluminum, after her repujado presentation.
The Nielsen report says Latinas are making strides by way of their drive to improve their education and cultivate strong careers, areas in which they are outpacing their male counterparts.
Damarys Ocana, executive editor of Latina Magazine, told (http://abcnews.
Orgullosa was created as a digital destination where Latina women can connect, share and inspire each other about their ever-changing and busy lifestyles, including topics ranging from fashion to entrepreneurship.
We provide not only financial services that speed the flow of commerce and add convenience for individuals, but we also offer the extra help necessary to support Latina organizations and businesses such as The National Latina Business Women Association (Los Angeles Chapter) and the Women's Institute of Negotiation.
4) Dyer (2002) states that cultural representations of social grouping such as women, black people, ethnic minorities (like Latina (o), homosexuals, the disabled, and the aged become represented in homogenous constructions inserted in the norms of U.
com, a lifestyle, news and social media website for Latina mothers and daughters.