Latina Bloggers Weekly Round-up Nov 14

November 15, 2013

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Latina Bloggers Weekly Round-Up

Hola Blogueras!

Did you know that college graduation rates for Latinas have increased faster than any other group of women and that as of 2013, Latinas owned about 1 out of every 10 women-owned businesses? Learn more in this recent study by the Center for American Progress called “The State of Latinas in the United States.”

Las Noticias:

• The Kapor Center for Social Impact, Kety of Esquivel McCarson Consulting and Ana of Latina Bloggers Connect announced the start of planning for the first Latino Technology Conference to precede SXSW in early March, 2014. Read more about it here.

• Silvia of Mama Latina Tips is part of the Ebay Influencer Network and has been curating items through collections, a new Ebay feature.

• Liz and Silvia of Disneylandia al Día are covering the media event for the Holidays at Disneyland including a preview of the updated show World of Color and Disney ¡Viva Navidad!

• Pamela of Señorita Vino was featured on Vista L.A.

• Yvette of Muy Bueno Cookbook was quoted in an article for Tulsa World: Day of the Dead a celebration of souls, not a scary affair and in the Daily Press. She was also featured on the Xcel Energy Colorado blog, sharing her favorite recipes, holiday traditions, and more.

• Ana of SpanglishBaby, Jeannette of Hispana Global, Helen of and Kathy of Crafty Chica are teaching clinics this weekend at the Casa Latina Home Expo in New York.

• Kathy of Crafty Chica was featured in The Washington Post.

Cookin and Shootin announce the release of their Winter Cocktails book.

Okay Latinas, ¿qué pasa con ustedes? What have you been up to? Do you have exciting noticias about yourself or one of our amigas? We want to know about it! E-mail us with the latest happenings in our Latina community and links to stories that feature our fellow blogueras. We may share it here on Latina Bloggers Weekly Round-up next week!

Sigan logrando!


Tracy López is a writer living outside the D.C. Metro area. Her blog,, examines cultural differences she discovers as she navigates life in a bicultural, bilingual family. She can also be reached via Twitter @Latinaish.

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