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Oct 28, 2014
Candy Torres commented on Hugo J. Lembert's blog post Will US Born Latinos and acculturated Hispanics retain cultural identity over time?
"I am proud of my Puerto Rican heritage even though I was born in NYC. My parents were born en la isla del encanto but grew up in Harlem. It was a time when assimilation was expected. They were too young to feel connected to the island or learn many…"
Jul 6, 2011
Janelle Meraz Hooper commented on Hugo J. Lembert's blog post Americanlatino.com Wants To Hear Your Voice!
"This sounds like an interesting project. I'm very interested in the cultural aspects of Hispanic people because I think we have a lot to offer this country. If you have time, check out my websites and blog to see if you think I could fit in…"
Jul 4, 2011
Hugo J. Lembert commented on Hugo J. Lembert's blog post Will US Born Latinos and acculturated Hispanics retain cultural identity over time?
"@Hugo Blata It is my belief that the US Latino community is evolving and building its own unique American identity. Young adults born and raised in the United States will play a key role in the social and political make up of this country in…"
Jul 1, 2011
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Americanlatino.com Wants To Hear Your Voice!

Hello, my name is Hugo Lembert of American Latino Media, LLC. In the past year, American Latino Media has been working on a social platform that is unique to the US bicultural identity. American Latino is designed to provide insight to the general public about the Hispanic experience in the United States and empower our community in such process. The site intends to express opinions and offer an understanding of social, political and economic developments as they affect Americans of Hispanic…See More
Jun 30, 2011
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Hugo Balta commented on Hugo J. Lembert's blog post Will US Born Latinos and acculturated Hispanics retain cultural identity over time?
"Very interesting study. While the new Census identifies the population boom led by the Hispanic community, it comes short in identifying the unique differences in language and background. You just can't place all Hispanics in one bucket. The…"
Jun 30, 2011

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Forward thinking and innovative Media Sales and Marketing Professional.
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Americanlatino.com Wants To Hear Your Voice!

Hello, my name is Hugo Lembert of American Latino Media, LLC.

 

In the past year, American Latino Media has been working on a social platform that is unique to the US bicultural identity. American Latino is designed to provide insight to the general public about the Hispanic experience in the United States and empower our community in such process. The site intends to express opinions and offer an understanding of social, political and economic developments as they affect…

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Posted on June 30, 2011 at 10:57am — 1 Comment

Will US Born Latinos and acculturated Hispanics retain cultural identity over time?

A few months back I used Linkedin.com to conduct an informal poll to gain insight into cultural identity within the US Hispanic population segment.  Aside for having a very dynamic and proactive membership base, Linkedin.com contains several Hispanic and Latino groups who exhibit an extraordinary commitment to the community by devoting time for the exchange of ideas and the discussion of issues that affect the political and economic development in our…

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Posted on May 30, 2011 at 10:34am — 3 Comments

Will US Born Latinos and acculturated Hispanics retain cultural identity over time?

A few months back I used Linkedin.com to conduct an informal poll to gain insight into cultural identity within the US Hispanic population segment.  Aside for having a very dynamic and proactive membership base, Linkedin.com contains several Hispanic and Latino groups who exhibit an extraordinary commitment to the community by devoting time for the exchange of ideas and the discussion of issues that affect the political and economic development in our…

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Posted on May 30, 2011 at 10:34am

Legal Network focused on connecting Lawyers to the Latino community

myLatinoLawyer.com is a national online directory and resource publication committed to serving the legal needs of the Hispanic/ Latino community. The company is presently reaching out to Attorneys and Law Firms that have Spanish speaking support and to those engaged in marketing to the Latino community.



myLatinoLawyer.com's mission to make it easy for the public and for the legal establishment to find Bilingual Attorneys and Law firms in your area. It ensures that only qualified and… Continue

Posted on July 31, 2009 at 11:00am

Is this the right time for the E-Verify system?

E-Verify is an Internet based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA). It allows employers to electronically verify immigration status of newly hired employees.



E-Verify is free and voluntary and is the best means available for determining employment eligibility of new hires and the validity of their Social Security Numbers. It is said to be 99.6% accurate.



Business groups, including the US… Continue

Posted on June 11, 2009 at 12:18pm

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At 2:19pm on October 28, 2009, Diego F. Maya said…
Hello Hugo,
I work with my partner Ari Martinez to produce engaging multimedia with our Hispanic talent. Documentaries, political profiles, and tv series are among our capabilities. We just finished a 26min documentary for the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and are currently lining up a 12 episode series for public television.
Although we are in Princeton, NJ we'd like to establish a relationship with you.
Diego
www.FronteraDigitalMedia.com
At 9:11am on March 3, 2009, Gustavo Duenas said…
Hi Hugo, thanks for your comment in my blog, well since I've been discovered by this network, I'm going to start producing as much articles about marketing the Hispanics as possible. And remember for many companies we are just another minority but for other we are a matter of life and death. Just keep on the good work.

Gustavo Duenas
At 6:21pm on February 26, 2009, Elliott Rene said…
Hugo,
It is my pleasure meeting you. Thanks for adding me to your network. I would like to introduce you to Utopia Communications, I believe we can help you with your marketing efforts in the form of Public Relations,I'm totally onboard with your core methodology of mylatinolawyer.com.My nephew is a Latino Lawyer. Lets get the message out to your future clients & customers. Call me 732-493-8867 Ext.111 we can discuss next steps.
At 8:23am on January 11, 2009, Ed Diaz said…
Hey, what the heck happened last night?
At 1:03pm on January 9, 2009, NSHP admin said…
Hugo,

Welcome to the NSHP Network, we are so glad you have joined! A great way to get involved is by joining your local Washington DC area group and introducing yourself here: http://network.nshp.org/group/dc/forum/topics/welcome-please-introduce

Once you have joined the DC group, please go here and check out our upcoming Hispanic/Bilingual career fairs in DC on May 21st and September 24th: http://network.nshp.org/page/page/show?id=2187296%3APage%3A84. You can preregister for the events through the websites as well.
 
 
 

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