Viviana Hurtado Archive
Published January 22, 2013
The political truce seen on Inauguration Day may soon evaporate, leaving in the lurch many pressing issues the president touched upon in his speech.
Published January 09, 2013
Up to now, not a single Hispanic has been gossiped about, much less nominated, to the president’s inner leadership circle.
Published December 21, 2012
Here are ideas for those on your list who have been “nice.”
Published December 14, 2012
The lack of Hispanic characters, books, and the writers who pen them is a function of the powerful gatekeepers who approve or ding a proposal.
Published November 12, 2012
The seeds of Latino political participation were planted, but need to be nurtured to take root and flourish.
Published September 20, 2012
The author writes "[Romney's] warm fuzzies abound until you 'rewind' back to the Republican primary debates where the former Massachusetts governor attempted to 'out conservative' his competitors."
Published August 27, 2012
Viviana Hurtado argues that a Hispanic debate in Spanish doesn’t speak to this growing segment of our population and electorate.
Published July 20, 2012
After its “infrastructure,” including the legal framework has been established that will allow businesses in both countries to trade, said Alejandra Castillo, the National Deputy Director for the Minority Business Development Agency at the Department of Commerce.
Published June 22, 2012
Talk food and politics with Cubans and you’re bound to get into hot water -- but Guillermo Pernot, chef-partner of Cuba Libre restaurants, has dived right into this bubbling political and culinary stew.
Published June 15, 2012
Checkmate to President Obama, who is aggressively holding and trying to reinvigorate the Latino vote which has been disillusioned.