New song hopes to boost stroke warning sign knowledge F.A.S.T.

Posted by on Oct 28, 2015 in General, Health

New song hopes to boost stroke warning sign knowledge F.A.S.T.

GritoBlast! As part of World Stroke Day on Oct. 29, the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is urging the public to sing a tune that could save lives. The F.A.S.T. Song helps people learn the most common warning signs of stroke and what to do if one occurs: If someone has a stroke near you, the F.A.S.T. song tells you what to do. The letter “F,” it stands for face, if one half droops, no time to waste. The letter “A” means an arm...

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First-ever multi-market accelerator launches for Latinas in STEAM, Social Innovation & Urban Agriculture

Posted by on Oct 21, 2015 in Contest, General

First-ever multi-market accelerator launches for Latinas in STEAM, Social Innovation & Urban Agriculture

GritoBlast! AccessLatina, a non-for-profit organization pioneering entrepreneurial growth for women, announced the launch of the first-ever multi-market accelerator program developed to reach one of America’s fastest growing populations—Latinas—in STEAM, social innovation and agriculture. AccessLatina parallels the passion, authenticity and cultural roots that Latinas proudly share. The accelerator was launched by two female entrepreneurs: Lucienne Gigante and Marta...

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Voto Latino launches #VLVoices to empower Latino Millennials ahead of 2016 election

Posted by on Oct 12, 2015 in General, Social Media

Voto Latino launches #VLVoices to empower Latino Millennials ahead of 2016 election

GritoBlast!   Voto Latino, the non-profit organization empowering Latino Millennials, has launched #VLVoices, a virtual debate watch party encouraging young Latinos in Nevada to share their reactions to candidates and their positions as they make their case to the American people on Tuesday night in Las Vegas. “Young Latinos in Nevada will play a crucial role in selecting the next President, and our community is looking for not just words, but action on our priorities,”...

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