He was at the frontlines at the peak of the COVID pandemic, helping innumerable people through his love.
Rodolfo Rodríguez, vicealcalde de West Orange, habla sobre su experiencia como Latino en este país y cómo ha podido elevar a la comunidad latina a través de su rol de liderazgo en el servicio público.
This is Lacey Braden, a Baltimore-based photographer. She is currently working on a portrait series showcasing a cast of all-female burn survivors.
Are you a wine lover or like to know more about wine? Join the wine conversation with special guest Hank Zona, a wine educator and events professional.
Luis De La Hoz, Chairman of the NJ State-wide Chamber of Commerce, speaks about how Latino & minority-led small to mid-sized businesses develop strategies for growth. He speaks about the importance of credit, capital, networking, and resources, and shares the details about the resources that are available for small business owners.
Thousands of NJ Latinos every year in upgrading their employment potential by improving their English language proficiency level and gaining employer recognizable credentials in computer skills and in the health field; all funded by USDOL.