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Business :  P&G Recognized by Latina Style Magazine
Posted by admin on 2006/2/23 19:00:00 (1923 reads)

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For the seventh consecutive year, Procter & Gamble was chosen by Latina Style as one of the Best 50 companies for Latinas to work for in the U.S.

Lourdes Ribera, NA MDO External Relations, and Marina Anderson, NA MDO Consumer & Market Knowledge, accepted the award on behalf of the Company. Secretary of Labor, Elaine Chao, gave the keynote address.

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Left to right: Marina Anderson, CMK -- NA MDO; Robert Bard, President and CEO Latina Style;Lourdes Ribera, External Relations --NA MDO

Following the awards ceremony, there was a debriefing at the White House by senior officials of the Bush administration. The guest speaker was Anna Escobedo Cabral, Treasurer of the United States.

Prior to the Awards Luncheon, Latina Style hosted a Best Practices in Diversity Conference, which addressed companies' concerns and profiled some of the most successful programs of the Latina Style 50 companies. Marina Anderson represented P&G as one of the panelists for the Recruitment, Promotion and Retention session.

The Latina Style 50 awards ceremony brought together the top Latinas in corporate America, at the White House, and in the Federal government as well as influential leaders of the Hispanic community. Attendees at the conference were Corporate CEOs, chief diversity executives, marketing and human resource officers, Latina entrepreneurs, government decision-makers, and other national experts on diversity in the workforce.

The annual national listing of the fifty companies providing the best professional opportunities for Latinas is the most respected evaluation of corporate America's policies and practices as they pertain to Hispanic working women. The list is the result of an extensive search involving more than 600 of the most respected corporations in the United States.

See list of Top 50 companies for 2005

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Community : Comprehensive Immigration Reform
Posted by admin on 2006/2/22 16:20:00 (1371 reads)

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MidwestLatino’s Michael Beck (right) addressing Immigration issues with US Congressman Steve Chabot on Feb. 22

There are several activities planned in the upcoming weeks in support of a Comprehensive Immigration Reform. Members of the Cincinnati Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform are working with Cincinnati, Ohio, and US legislators in support of the reform.

Cincinnati Councilman, Cecil Thomas, is planning to discuss an immigrant worker resolution, sponsored by Council Member Crowley, in the committee Cecil Thomas chairs, the Law and Public Safety Committee. The meeting will take place of February 28th at 2pm in Council Chambers, 801 Plum Street, 3rd floor. Anyone interested in voicing their opinions on the resolution is encouraged to attend the hearing and let the committee members know how they feel. Interested persons simply need to attend the hearing and fill out a yellow speakers card, they will then be given 2 minutes to speak.

The next Coalition Meeting is Saturday February 25th at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 745 Ezzard Charles Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45203. It will be from 10:00 AM till 12:00 PM. There will be an update on what has happened in the past two weeks and a planning session for the 1st Rally to take place on March 11th from 11:00AM-1:00PM If you’re interested in more information
about the Cincinnati Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform, please contact Margaret Singer at (513)-761-1588 Ext: 15

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Events : Great "Mandingo" concert at Plaza del Sol (Feb. 19, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/2/21 14:00:00 (1428 reads)

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Plaza del Sol (www.plazadelsolniteclub.com) hosted a great concert of "Grupo Mandingo" this past Sunday.

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For more pictures, please visit Plaza del Sol Web site (click here...)

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Events : Pictures from El Gran Combo concert @ Detroit, MI (Feb. 17, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/2/18 15:00:00 (1683 reads)

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Detroit had its best Salsa party ever with the legendary El Gran Combo, and the excellent local Orchestra Sensacional! opening for them! All thanks to efforts of Tres Rumberos Productions.

Also present was Sammy DeLeon, Midwest's #1 Timbalero.

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More pictures from this awesome event are in the Detroit section of our Photo Gallery (click here)

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Community : National LULAC Week - February 12th through the 18th., 2006
Posted by admin on 2006/2/16 11:40:00 (1433 reads)

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Ohio Governor Bob Taft proclaims February 12-21, 2006 as NATIONAL LULAC WEEK. throughout the state of Ohio (read here...)

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Also Cincinnati's Mayor, Mark Mallory, proclaims this week as NATIONAL LULAC WEEK in the City of Cincinnati.

With approximately 115,000 members throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, LULAC is the largest and oldest Hispanic Organization in the United States. LULAC advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through community-based programs operating at more than 700 LULAC councils nationwide. The organization involves and serves all Hispanic nationality groups.

Historically, LULAC has focused heavily on education, civil rights, and employment for Hispanics. LULAC councils provide more than a million dollars in scholarships to Hispanic students each year, conduct citizenship and voter registration drives, develop low income housing units, conduct youth leadership training programs, and seek to empower the Hispanic community at the local, state and national level.

In addition, the LULAC National Educational Service Centers, LULAC’s educational arm, provides counseling services to more than 18,000 Hispanic students per year at sixteen regional centers. SER Jobs for Progress, LULAC’s employment arm, provides job skills and literacy training to the Hispanic community through more than forty-eight employment training centers located throughout the United States. The LULAC Corporate Alliance, an advisory board of Fortune 500 companies, fosters stronger partnerships between Corporate America and the Hispanic community.

The Mission of the League of United Latin American Citizens is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States. For more information about becoming a member of a local LULAC Council near you see the map of LULAC Chapters.

For info about LULAC Ohio chapters, please visit:
www.lulacohio.org

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Community : Butler County's Sherif would like to know your view
Posted by admin on 2006/2/14 11:00:00 (1480 reads)

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As we've reported earlier (read here), Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones is seeking from Federal Government compensation for housing Undocumented Aliens in Butler County Jail.

His stand on the Illegal Aliens issue raised pro and contra views across the country. If you have an opinion, you can provide it now via the poll "Do you agree with Sheriff Jones stance on illegal aliens?" on his Website: http://www.butlersheriff.org/

The current results (as of Feb. 14):
Yes. 94.87% (851 votes)
No. 4.68% (42 votes)
Undecided. 0.45% (4 votes)

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Community : "El Día de los Niños" Advisory Committee Meeting (Feb. 13, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/2/13 16:30:00 (1445 reads)

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The Advisory Committee for the 2006 "El Día de los Niños" celebration at Cincinnati Public Schools met today to discuss the plans for the event. Sister Margarita Brewer, who originated the idea and has been the driving force behind it for the last several years, was chairing the meeting. The event is scheduled for April 28, 2006

Also present were (alphabetically): Michael Beck (MidwestLatino), Francisco Caceres (Nuestro Rincon), Neil Comber (Cincy-Cinco Festival), Karen Koch (MEMI), Maria Lang (CPS), George Perez (The Spanish Journal), Greg Stewart (University of Cincinnati), Janet Walsh (CPS), and Ken Williams (CPS).

El Día de los Niños, Children’s Day, is traditionally celebrated in Latin America and many Asian and European countries to honor and commemorate the essential role of children in the future of every nation. Initiated by the National Latino Children’s Institute in 1998, the U.S. Senate passed Resolution 278, declaring April 30 El Día de los Niños: Celebration Young Americans. At present it is celebrated in many cities in over 30 U.S. states.

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Community : Kentucky Governor invites MidwestLatino to Affirmative Action Executive Order Signing
Posted by admin on 2006/2/10 11:10:00 (1288 reads)

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Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher invites MidwestLatino to participate in the ceremonial signing of the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Affirmative Action Executive Order.

This Executive Order is designed to reaffirm the Commonwealth’s commitment to equal employment in state government. More information coming soon...

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Business : P&G Ethnic Summit
Posted by admin on 2006/2/9 14:30:00 (1359 reads)

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On Feb. 8th, 2006, P&G hosted an Ethnic Summit for its employees, suppliers and agencies involved in marketing of P&G products to the African American and Hispanic communities. Participants were able to exchange experiences, share best practices, and learn from each other.

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The Key presentations were delivered by Susan Taylor, Beauty editor of Essence Magazine, Chiqui Cartagena (author of "Latino Boom! : Everything You Need to Know to Grow Your Business in the U.S. Hispanic Market") and Pepper Miller (co-author of "What's Black About It? Insights to Increase Your Share of a Changing African-American Market ")

The Summit ended with "2006 Ethnic Brand Building Awards", celebrating the powerful connections that many P&G brands have made with the ethnic consumers and shoppers.

For pictures from the P&G Ethnic Summit please visit the Cincinnati section of our Photo Gallery

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Events : Winners of MidwestLatino FREE tickets
Posted by admin on 2006/2/8 15:30:00 (1333 reads)

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Winner: Priscilla Castaneda-Pearson

Didn't win a ticket? You can still buy them. Click here to buy tickets

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Winner: Meraries Rodriguez

Didn't win a ticket? You can still buy them. Click here to buy tickets

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Events : Singles Valentine's Day Party at ARGENTINE BEAN!
Posted by admin on 2006/2/7 20:00:00 (1309 reads)

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This event has been CANCELLED

Inner Circle Social Collective is sposoring a singles Valentine's Day Party on Feb. 14, (Valenitne's Day) at Argentine Bean in the new Crestview Hills Shopping Plaza from 8:30-10:00.

The event is $60. and includes tapas, sangria, raffles, salsa dancing, and surprises. Pre registration required. Contact Linda at 513.476.9904 or visit www.cincyinnercircle.com

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Education : Cincinnati Public Schools is hiring Spanish Language Teachers
Posted by admin on 2006/2/7 10:10:00 (1408 reads)

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Cincinnati Public Schools is hiring Spanish launguage teachers

For more information, please click here...

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Events : Latin Quarters Gets Multiplied x 7 (Columbus, OH)
Posted by admin on 2006/2/6 17:00:00 (3019 reads)

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Latin Quarters Gets Multiplied x 7

In a bold move to improve the Latin nightlife scene in Columbus, Ritmo Productions founder, Ray Arebalo, has united with R&S Productions founder Bruno Mejia Jr., to bring the most exciting Latin night in Columbus. Visit Club Seven at:

1155 Old Henderson Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43220

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For pictures from recent Latin Nights in Club 7 see the Columbus section of our Photo Gallery

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Community : Spanish radio comes to Butler County
Posted by admin on 2006/2/6 14:50:00 (1317 reads)

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HAMILTON - Hablo Espanol? Y tu?

Well, if you are of Spanish descent and live in Butler County there is now a different source of news and information designed specifically for the Hispanic community.

WHSS, 89.5 FM, the broadcast voice of the Hamilton City School District, in cooperation with The Spanish Journal newspaper, La Jornada Latina, are now offering Radio En Espanol Friday afternoons from 4 to 6 p.m.

"We want to inform the community. We would like to open the mic to anyone who would like to come and communicate a message to the community," said George Perez, publisher of La Jornada Latina and one of the on-air personalities of Radio En Espanol.

"I think it will go OK," he said.

The program will feature news headlines, interviews, weather, world cup soccer updates, tips for high school students taking Spanish, contests and Latino music requests.

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Education : NKU hosting Latino Students Leadership Workshop
Posted by admin on 2006/2/5 13:00:00 (1359 reads)

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Thanks to NKU's Latino Student Affairs under the direction of Leo Calderon, Latino students at NKU had the opportunity to learn more about how to become a Leader, and how to provide leadership in the community.

Leo Calderon was supported in this new initiative by Lisa Arraya, Dr. Al Pinelo, and Maria Clay, as well as Maria Molina from P&G.

It was impressive to see so many Latino students participating in this program, especially since they had to be there on Saturday morning at 8:30 AM. It is clear that NKU and its Latino Student Affairs Office do something right if they are able to motivate students to dedicate part of their Saturday to such a workshop. Congratulations!!!!

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