Nelson Díaz, el primer juez latino en Filadelfia y defensor de la comunidad puertorriqueña sin voz, ha cimentado su carrera pionera con su próxima autobiografía, "No soy de aquí ni de allá".
On Dec. 6, leaders in Philadelphia’s media industry gathered to discuss how to address the persistent gaps in diversity and representation in newsrooms throughout the city and country as a whole.
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Nelson Díaz, the first Latino judge to sit on the bench in Philadelphia and stand up for the voiceless Puerto Rican community, has cemented his trailblazing career with his forthcoming autobiography, “No soy de aquí ni de allá.”
La Cámara Nacional de Comercio Hispana de los Estados Unidos ofreció un adelanto de su próxima convención nacional que tendrá lugar el próximo mes de septiembre en Filadelfia.
The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) will bring its National Convention to Philadelphia in September.
Through Esperanza, Rev. Luís Cortés has advocated for Latinos in Philadelphia for more than 30 years, spearheading initiatives to educate and empower the community. Now, as Philadelphia rapidly gentrifies, he's concerned that Latinos have been left out of the equation.
A través de Esperanza, el Reverendo Luís Cortés ha abogado por los latinos de Filadelfia durante más de 30 años, liderando iniciativas para educar y empoderar a la comunidad. Ahora, mientras la gentrificación en Filadelfia no para de avanzar, le preocupa que los latinos se hayan quedado fuera de la ecuación.
Ahead of the release of his autobiography in October, Nelson Díaz, who blazed a trail for Latinos in American politics and law, discussed his book and shared reflections on his life.
Zoe Saldana, acclaimed actress and founder of media brand BESE, will receive the 2018 Excellence in Leadership Award.
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Henry Cisneros, former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, will speak at AL DÍA News’ annual awards ceremony in Philadelphia in October.
Gerry Lenfest, who saved the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News with funding from the Lenfest Institute for Journalism (among hundreds of other city initiatives) will be remembered for his unwavering generosity.
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's Latino Professionals Mixer, sponsored by St. Joseph's University, was held at Tierra Colombiana on July 17.
Diana Cortes said her experiences with racial animosity growing up and the encouragement from her immigrant parents motivated her to pursue her high achievement in law.
Diana Cortes confesó que sus propias experiencias con el racismo cuando era niña y el apoyo de sus padres, ambos inmigrantes, la motivaron a conseguir sus logros profesionales en el ámbito jurídico.
The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will partner with Comcast, NBCUniversal Telemundo for its annual National Convention in Philadelphia this September.
Siobhan Reardon, que alcanza su décimo año como presidenta y directora de la Biblioteca Pública de Filadelfia, cree que las bibliotecas públicas de la ciudad deberían hacer de la gente su prioridad.
Siobhan Reardon, reaching her 10th year as president and director of the Free Library of Philadelphia, believes that the city’s public libraries should make people their priority.
Joshua Santiago crea conciencia sobre las personas sin techo con una iniciativa con la que proyecta viajar por todo el país con una barbería rodante.
Joshua Santiago is raising awareness about homelessness in Philadelphia and beyond as he builds an initiative that would allow him to travel throughout the country with an RV mobile barbershop.
Ciudad de México se convierte en el destino número 122 de este aeropuerto, del que despegan alrededor de 450 vuelos diarios.
Mexico City becomes the 122nd destination out of Philadelphia International Airport, which usually sees around 450 flights depart daily.
American Airlines made an official announcement of the first nonstop flight from Philadelphia to Mexico City during a networking event at the Consulate of Mexico in Center City on July 2.
Nelson A. Díaz’s autobiography, which details his groundbreaking career as a White House attorney and public advocate for the Latino community, will be released in October.
Fue una noche para recordar.
AL DÍA ended the 2018 "I am an American Immigrant" campaign with an awards ceremony and reception.