While 2010 Census data showed us how quickly the Latino population has grown in just ten years, a new statistical portrait released Tuesday by the Pew...
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It's time for Hispanics to develop a new enlightened form of leadership that embraces the survival, renewal and reinvention of America.
Unlike other communities that continually seek to cultivate influence, Hispanics don't lift one another. Why? We have trouble trusting others let alone ourselves; thus fueling our own identity crisis.
What role can we play to further empower our own...rather than waiting for it to happen organically or worse, for others to concede some measure of power and influence? It is time to stand unafraid, to think and to act boldly.
"I was raised by two people who had lost their country," explains Glenn Llopis, a California-based entrepreneur with Cuban parents. "We were taught to see and seize opportunity."
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