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Smithsonian Latino Virtual Museum offers full slate of programs, exhibits and galleries — only a click away — While debate is still raging on the feasibility of creating the National Museum of the American Latino in Washington, D.C., which would focus on American Latino art, history and culture, there is already a Latino museum open and accessible to everyone in the country — via computer. Launched in 2009 by the Smithsonian

Campaign underway to heighten awareness of only 2 Latino recipients in 32 years by Kennedy Center Honors — According to the website for the Kennedy Center Honors: Kennedy Center Honors has redefined America’s perception of its artistic legacy and reinvented the way this nation rewards its artists. The Honors have been compared to a knighthood in Britain, or the French Legion of Honor–the quintessential reward for a lifetime’s endeavor. At the

Five Latin music legends awarded their own stamps in 2011

LatinaLista — When it comes to the musical quilt of the United States, the Latino community has always been a part of it. Some musical artists experience fame only within the Latino community while others “break out” and cross over into mainstream acceptance. That’s what can be said of five particular Latino artists who have