Athletic Hispanic Women
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Police Investigate Connection Between Two Women Whose Bodies Were Dumped Near ... - LAist
Police said they are investigating the very thing that has been worrying residents in Lincoln Heights : whether there's any connection between the cases of two women in the neighborhood who mysteriously disappeared before turning up dead on the side of the freeway.
The body of Lincoln Heights resident Bree'anna Guzman, 22, was discovered on the side of the 2 Freeway this week after...
Latinas Have the Highest Rates of Cervical Cancer in California - ScoopSanDiego.com
While cervical cancer affects all races, Latinas are diagnosed with cervical cancer nearly twice as often as Caucasian, African American and Asian Pacific Islander women. Latinas and African American women are also more likely to die of cervical cancer than Caucasian and Asian Pacific Islanders - due in large part to a lack of screenings and vaccinations.
Because of this prevalence,...
National Latina Business Women Association Elects Suzanna Sanchez as Board ... - PR Newswire (press release), "NLBWA is a great organization filled with much potential and I am excited to begin working in my new capacity as President. I look forward to the challenges ahead and to also work collectively with our partners to bring value our members and communities we serve."
Suzanna brings a solid foundation of national and international corporate experience and the entrepreneurial insight that...
Latina entrepreneurs share wealth, knowledge - San Francisco Chronicle
When San Francisco restaurateur Traci Des Jardins collected $30,000 in prize money from Bravo TV's "Top Chef Masters" last year, she promptly passed on the check to La Cocina, the nonprofit Mission District incubator program that supports low-income edible enterprises, many run by Latinas.
At Oakland's recent TEDx conference on farmworkers, two Latina speakers - Amelia Ceja of Ceja...
Going beyond the barriers - KTVL
MEDFORD, Ore. -- Not meeting academic requirements, high teen birth rates and parents who don't speak English are just some of the barriers Hispanic teens face.
But there are some who go beyond those barriers. Here are two of them.
For many kids in the Rogue Valley, it starts on Olsrud Court at Kids Unlimited. Through basketball and after school...