¡Arriba. Abajo. Al centro. Pa’ dentro! If you’re not familiar with this Mexican phrase, now’s the time to learn it! Sunday is Cinco de Mayo, and margaritas are in order. In the U.S., we celebrate this day to recognize Mexican heritage and pride. As a native of South Texas, I’m usually one to take part [...]
Posts Tagged 'hispanics'
A good native English-speaking friend, like me, spent several years learning Spanish as an adult in college and abroad. Her husband is a native Spanish speaker and they are committed to raising their children to be bilingual. In a recent Facebook post she mentioned she was singing a song in Spanish to her ten month [...]
In the past couple of years, Promotores and Community Health Workers have been receiving significant attention from public health Federal agencies, especially those interested in reaching and making an impact among vulnerable, low income, and underserved members of the Latino/Hispanic population. More specifically, Federal agencies are turning to these individuals for their unique ability to [...]
You might think that after the Super Bowl there’s nothing to look forward to until President’s Day weekend – but you would be wrong! Washington, DC is one of 12 cities worldwide hosting Social Media Week from February 13-17 and Ogilvy Washington would love to see you at one of our events.
In social marketing and [...]
Well, unfortunately there is no simple answer to this very popular question. But a new research report conducted by the Pew Hispanic Center and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Research Fund titled Hispanics and Health Care in the United States: Access, Information and Knowledge, sheds some light by addressing the Hispanic population health information needs. The [...]