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Big Weekend for Bless Me, Ultima Could Make a Difference #blessmeultima #latism

The film “Bless Me, Ultima” opens to a national audience this weekend after a successful run in a limited audience last Fall.

Weekend box office numbers matter, big time. If you want to see more quality Latino-themed films, set aside some time today to take your family, friends, and neighbors down to your local theater and watch this film. Strong weekend support for this movie means that it is less likely to get pulled from screens and it will once again show Hollywood that Latinos will come out to support important films Continue reading

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Tech En Español

Ariel Coro addresses the crowd at the Tecnifícate conferenceThree major conference within the next month will either be completely produced by a Latino organization or have a major Latino component – BlogWorld 2011 in New York, Tecnifícate in Santa Clarita, CA, and the Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) Latino2 conference in Silicon Valley. Continue reading

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Latino2 California Tour Hits the Central Coast

Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) is proud to announce San Luis Obispo as the second stop on the Latino2 California Tour.

Come join us on December 4, 2010, at the Cal Poly Performing Arts Center in San Luis Obispo. California’s Central Coast is the birth place of “La Causa”, the Latino civil rights movement. The conference will focus on the theme “Community and Collaboration in Central California: Then and Now.” Continue reading

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Latinos and Homophobia (Vote NO on Prop 8)

There is long-standing homophobia in the Latino community.  Latinos have grown up believing that Macho is the only way to be.   In a country where we have often been relegated to second class status, we cling to those things that … Continue reading

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