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Arizona’s immigration law SB1070 was enacted last April, touching off a firestorm of controversy and outcry from the Hispanic community. Since then people have marched in protests, waged boycotts and mounted campaigns against the law. NAHREP Chair Alex Chaparro and Co-founder Ernie Reyes tackle this subject and what it means to NAHREP members and the Hispanic homebuyers they serve. Ali Noorani, Executive Director of the National Immigration Forum and Clarissa Martinez, Director of NCLR’s Immigration Policy and National Campaigns are featured guests and will share their perspectives on the law and what their respective organizations are doing to counter it.
Guest: Israel Ortega, Heritage Foundation. He recently wrote an article about the Hispanic news media and our politics.
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Our guest, Miriam De Dios, CEO of Coopera, will come on the show to talk through the many different and emerging segments of the critical Hispanic marketplace. With an eye on the importance of these market segments to community financial institutions, Miriam will explain how credit unions and community banks can best serve Hispanic members of the Gen Y, small business and underserved communities.
As U.S. consumer markets evolve and grow, many brokers, lenders, and others in the industry are experiencing a transformation in the profile of homebuyers. This new homebuyer is not always receptive to existing sales techniques and traditional marketing approaches. These traditional methods do little in bringing the Hispanic consumer into the home buying process. Businesses that take the traditional approach and ignore these changes now risk alienating the very ethnic segments that will drive sales in the coming years. Tune in as NAHREP Chair Alex Chaparro and Vice Chair Carmen Mercado interview Multicultural real estate experts Dan Carrillo and Antonio Valdez of The Gonzales Group about having the right strategies to engage the Hispanic market.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage month Wombanist Views welcomes blogger, activist, photographer, and self-proclaimed Latina Feminist, Juliana Brittos Schwartz.
Juliana will join us to discuss reproductive justice, immigration, race, and feminists movements by Latinas in the U.S. and in Latin America; all topics which she often writes about on her blog.
Wombanist Views, created, produced, and co-hosted by Cherise Charleswell, is dedicated to broadcasting the voices of women who are doing positive and exciting things in their communities around-the-globe.
Professional Prizefighter From Lorain, Ohio Jr. Middleweight 11-0 Wilkins "Hispanic Hurricane" Santiago a full time professional prizefighter currently pursuing his dream to become a world champion
and bring Ohio and all the rest of his fans all over the world a championship
most critics say after he was incarcerated for 5 years that its impossible.
Funny thing they said the same about Dwight Quawi, Eddie Mustafah Muhamed,
Mike Tyson and a guy by the name of Bernard Hopkins.
Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated September 15 - October 15, recognizes the culture and contributions of Hispanic Americans. Teen hosts Yanira, Ayana, and Robert discuss the importance of Hispanic culture with Rita Paniagua, Executive Director of the Spanish Action league and youth involved with the organization.
A Nielsen study found that if U.S. Hispanics were a stand-alone country, their market buying power would be one of the top twenty economies in the world. They are highly likely to accumulate wealth and have significant buying power. Have I’ve got your attention?
Our guest on this episode is marketing specialist Rey Hernandez. He explains the nuances of the Hispanic customer base. He shares secrets for creating culturally relevant marketing plans that will become increasingly critical as the population becomes more diverse and the buying power of U.S. Hispanics becomes even more significant.
I share some information from a couple of great internet articles on the topic too. The Nielsen company recently released a report called the “State of the Hispanic Consumer: The Hispanic Market Imperative.” Forbes magazine also ran a recent article on the topic entitled “Don’t Sell to Me! Hispanics Buy Brands that Empower Their Cultural Relevancy.” Both are excellent resources on the topic. You should check them out.
Campaign for Liberty
I'll be discussing how the GOP fears losing more Hispanic Votes if they even mention Deportation, not taking into account many in the GOP brought the problem to US with the Votes for H.R. 7311 (110th Congress), we need to send all those who vote for this type of legislation without understanding unintended consequences aren't fit to serve US and be removed from office as quickly as possible, check your Reps. Vote, and let them know what you think with your Voice and your Vote. Vans programs consist mainly on Political Issues and his Comments on them. He'll have Guests, and take Callins @ 347-857-4804 / 877-572-4283, join us in the Chat Room. We appreciate your Sharing the Program & Join me on Face Book with comments, postings, likes etc., Contact Van to speak with your groups in person. God Bless You All; Van
Check the #’s Please;
FAIR/Pulse, Feb. 2013— poll of likely voters: * 86% believe illegal immigration is a problem in the U.S. * 74% believe the government isn’t effective at preventing illegal immigration.
Rasmussen, Jan 2013— poll of likely voters: * 90% of Union Members say reduction of illegal immigration is important to them.
CIS/Pulse, Feb. 2013 — poll of likely voters: * 64% say immigration enforcement is too little.*71% believe illegal aliens in the U.S. a result of a failure to enforce immigration laws
53% would be more likely to support a political party that favored the enforcement of immigration laws.
Please check out this link as well having to do with “AZTLAN” MOVEMENT: http://articles.latimes.com/2013/jan/25/local/la-me-0126-compton-20130126 ,
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The voice of Paterson N.J. is Raising The Roof with Luis Velez..
The Hispanic influence in Paterson has become such a force that they are no longer a minority, as it stands today the latino community has dominated the the population of ethnicity per square mile. The latino pride that has surfaced in and around the city is amazingly unified, an example that needs to be taught....
Luis Velez is a prime example of latino pride and we are honored to have him join us...
Joining Host Jason Loftin & Co-host Steve Kucharski, Carlos Gomez, President of The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City.
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City is dedicated to the creation, advancement, promotion and development of economic opportunities within the Hispanic market and business community.