Higher education changed the life of San Antonio, Texas, councilman Rey Saldaña, 28. Now the legislator is helping the next generation, working with the same organization that helped make college a reality for him.
"IN THE HISPANIC COMMUNITY THERE REALLY AREN'T A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO DO YOGA OR BECOME TEACHERS - UNLESS THEY'RE UPPER CLASS - SO FOR ME IT HITS CLOSE TO HOME."
When Alex Cosentino visited the campus of the University of South Carolina earlier this year, the 18-year-old looked beyond the brochures and tour guides for a glimpse of what the school is really like. His source? The social media platform Snapchat.
When we hear of YouTube sensations, many of us think of millennials or post-millennials. And yet there is at least one Latina baby-boomer making six figures with her YouTube channel.
The White House recognized two Latino "Champions of Change" for their significant contributions signing members in their communities up for Obamacare.