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Victoria Collado
3 months ago

Victoria Collado

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Victoria Collado, is the Director of “Amparo,” an immersive theatrical performance inspired by the true story of the Arechabala family, the original owners of Havana Club rum. Ms. Collado …
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Vanessa Garcia
3 months ago

Vanessa Garcia

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Vanessa Garcia, a Cuban-American writer, novelist and playwright, reflects on her family’s immigrant story while honoring their sacrifices and contributions.

Ms. Garcia is a multidisciplinary artist working as a …
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McDonald’s is Partnering with the IAP to Bring Untold Stories to Life
3 months ago

McDonald’s is Partnering with the IAP to Bring Untold Stories to Life

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McDonald’s is partnering with the Immigrant Archive Project to share the stories of the fast-food chain’s Latino owners and operators.

Immigrant Archive Project is an organization founded in 2008 to …
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Victoria Alonso
3 months ago

Victoria Alonso

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Victoria Alonso, vicepresidente ejecutiva de producción física en MARVEL Studios, a producido tres de las diez películas mas exitosas en la historia del cine. Esta inmigrante argentina, que llegó sola …
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Forbes- Over The Dinner Table
4 months ago

Forbes- Over The Dinner Table

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His father was thrown into prison over a couple bottles of milk.

As a toddler in Cuba, Tony Hernandez …
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NBC News: Through immigrant stories, a portrait of America.
4 months ago

NBC News: Through immigrant stories, a portrait of America.

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By Carmen Sesin

MIAMI — What does a college president, a member of Congress, a Grammy award-winning singer, a migrant farm worker and a World War II veteran have in …
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Manuel Oliver
1 year ago

Manuel Oliver

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Manuel Oliver, Parkland School shooting victim Joaquin Oliver’s father, reflects on the tragic events of February 14, 2018.

Immigration and the Nobel Prize
2 years ago

Immigration and the Nobel Prize

Every October, as the new Nobel Prize winners are announced, America gets a subtle reminder of the power of immigration. This year was no different.

The sole American winner of the …
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