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Portrait of Verónica Cervera
Ana Campos, September 14, 2020

Verónica Cervera es una popular escritora del blog La cocina de Vero y autora de los libros La cocina cubana de Vero y La cocina cotidiana de Vero.


Portrait of Juana Martinez-Neal
Lupita Leyva, September 13, 2020

Juana Martinez-Neal es autora e ilustradora de libros infantiles. Se crió en Perú donde, siendo hija y nieta de artistas, estudió pintura.


Portrait of the duo 123 Andrés
Laura Duncan, September 12, 2020

123 Andrés son Andrés y Christina, la pareja ganadora de Latin Grammy que le trae a las familias canciones y ritmos que los inspiran a cantar y bailar juntos.


Portrait of Pablo Cartaya
Dinorah Pinelo, September 11, 2020

Pablo Cartaya is a Cuban-American award-winning author, speaker, actor and educator.


Andrés and Christina are the Latin Grammy-winning duo of 123 Andrés
Ana Campos, October 18, 2019

Andrés and Christina are the Latin Grammy-winning duo of 123 Andrés. Through their music and performances, children and adults learn both in Spanish and English.


Civil Rights leader Dolores Huerta
Ana Campos, October 03, 2019

Los Angeles Public Library was given an exclusive interview with the living legend Dolores Huerta. Ms.


Mexican American musical group ca 1960
Photo Friends, September 16, 2019

National Latino Heritage Month is a month dedicated to highlighting the culture and contributions of Americans whose origins can be traced to Mexico plus Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and other Central American countries as well as Cuba and the Caribbean.


Saint Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez
Ana Campos, October 24, 2018

Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez, mejor conocido como Monseñor Romero o San Romero, es considerado un símbolo de la justicia social en El Salvador y en toda Latinoamérica.


Saint Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez
Ana Campos, October 24, 2018

Oscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez, better known as Monsignor Romero or San Romero has represented a symbol of social justice against repression and poverty in El Salvador and throughout Latin America for more than 38 years.


Collage of Pre-Columbian art

This is the last segment of our series highlighting interesting things about Pre-Columbian America. This segment is dedicated to the wonderful art and people of Pre-Columbian America.


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