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Deported military veterans plead to be classified as “non-citizen nationals”

LatinaLista — The plea appearing on the Latina Lista Facebook page this week was simple: Will you PLEASE help us bring to light and expose this unjust and unfair treatment of U.S.Military Veterans.THANK YOU. The person who posted it was Hector Lopez, a U.S. military veteran. Lopez left a link along with his request. Following

Special project creates New Year challenge: Envision a 2020 headline

LatinaLista — Everybody has an idea of what they want to work towards in their lives, or what should be accomplished in their countries and even in the world. When we envision goals for ourselves at this time of the year, it’s called resolutions. When we envision what we’d like to see our country or

One woman uses the power of blogs and social media to create Latino virtual book tours

LatinaLista — In many ways, the publishing industry has been like the proverbial canary in the mines. Long before the economy started tanking, publishers, from newspapers to books, noticed that people were changing their reading habits and becoming more frugal with their dollars. While it wasn’t good news for publishers, it was even worse news

World Suicide Prevention Day uses social network to raise awareness

LatinaLista — Suicide. It’s a single word identifying a single act by a single individual that impacts an array of people and invokes a multitude of emotions — disbelief, sadness, anger, puzzlement and guilt. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that Latina high school students in grades 9-12 have a higher percentage of