GritoBlast! It’s only a couple of weeks before the 2016 Latin@s in Tech Summit is underway and drawing participants from across the country. The agenda is set and the speakers confirmed — Disclaimer: The Co-CEO of Treviño TodaMedia, parent company of GritoBlast!, is one of the speakers. If you would like to go but are on a tight budget, thanks to a generous contribution, a very special promotion is being offered for 48 hours — a flash sale featuring a limited number...Read More »
GritoBlast! — The Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program and Ricardo Salinas, president and founder of Mexico-based Grupo Salinas and a member of the Aspen Institute Board of Trustees, announce the Ricardo Salinas Scholarship Fund, which seeks to increase Latino and Latin American participation in Aspen Institute programs. The Latinos and Society Program is a new initiative of the Aspen Institute dedicated to increasing the awareness of the growing Latino Community and...Read More »
Experts to Gather at NYU School of Law for National Symposium Dedicated to Advancing the Rights of Latino Children in the U.S.
GritoBlast NYC! — Leading experts in law, public policy and human rights will gather at the New York University School of Law for a national symposium addressing civil rights issues impacting Latino children. The symposium, entitled “The Latino Child and the Law,” is sponsored by the Bickel & Brewer Latino Institute for Human Rights at NYU School of Law. The event takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, November 7, at NYU School of Law’s Lipton Hall, located at...Read More »
GritoBlast! — For nearly 300 years, ranching people have carved out an existence in the rugged, arid environment of the sierra of the lower California (Baja) peninsula. These rancheros and vaqueros are the direct descendents of Spanish soldiers who accompanied Jesuit missionaries to the Mexican frontier. To this day, they remain relatively isolated, living on what the land provides, maintaining their unique traditions. Their horsemanship and riding equipment is still...Read More »
GritoBlast! — Accelerating Latino tech start-ups is the focus of a day-long seminar on September 16 (Tuesday) sponsored by Latinos in Tech Innovation and Social Media (LATISM). Latino 2.0 features a full day of speakers, a pitch contest and breakout sessions for networking and finding project collaborators. Though the event takes place in New York City, live streaming of the event is available courtesy of GOOGLE. A few of the speakers slated to present are: Commissioner...Read More »