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Spotlight Non-profit: Sharing love of Mexican history and culture one dance at a time

LatinaLista — With Cinco de Mayo right around the corner, no fiesta is complete without two symbols of Mexican culture — mariachis and folkloric dancers. Swirling bright-colored skirts, whipping braided hair decorated with ribbons while performing quick toe-heel tapping dance steps, folkloric dancers attempt to recreate a little bit of Mexico’s cultural history. The only

Smithsonian Latino Virtual Museum offers full slate of programs, exhibits and galleries — only a click away

LatinaLista.net — 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

Univision launches new section that is all about la musica

LatinaLista — Regardless of how well a U.S. Latino speaks Spanish, there’s one area that unites all different generations of Latinos — la musica. While iTunes has their “Latin” department, there aren’t a lot of places to turn to find the latest Spanish musical artists. Univision hopes to change that. Launched last week, Univision Musica

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