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Video: What will the world look like in 2030?

Video: What will the world look like in 2030?

LatinaLista — What will the world look like in 17 years? The year will be 2030 and according to a projection by the Euromonitor International’s Countries and Consumers team more than half the world will live in one region on the planet, the growth of senior citizens will be significant and the average age of

Earth Day 2013 should serve as the beginning of an environmental panic attack

LatinaLista — Earth Day 2013 should have been more than just a “celebration” of the planet or even a further raising of awareness of the consequences of climate change. Earth Day 2013 should have served as the beginning of a panic attack among global communities that the future of the planet is not just extremely

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Video: Speaking out for greater diversity in teen theater productions

LatinaLista — For too long, Hollywood and the greater film/theater industry have been besieged with complaints over their reluctance to feature diversity that is representative of today’s national reality. While some progress has been made, it’s still not enough. It might be because film and theater executives think diversity only means that more characters written

Guest Voz: Why AP dropped the “illegal” word

By Eduardo Stanley LatinaLista On April 2, 2013, the Associated Press (AP), perhaps the biggest news agency in the world, announced it would no longer use the word “illegal” when referring to immigrants without legal residence or working permits. The announcement was made by Kathleen Carroll, Vice President and Executive Editor of AP, who explained

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Video: Smithsonian creates bilingual exhibit to highlight and study ancient Latin American ceramics

LatinaLista — Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama are countries that comprise Central America, as well as, being the home countries of many U.S. Latinos. They are also home to a vibrant ancestral heritage that lives on in the arts and ruins discovered over the years. Now, the Smithsonian’s National Museum