"How is it that, in a time where total marketing and economies of scale are all the rage, you can still find Good Housekeeping, Women's Day and Family Circlemagazines targeting… mothers? Aren't all mothers the same? Why not just one magazine targeting them all?"
In a year of fresh Census numbers, financial recession and an uncertain and highly competitive political climate, it is evident that the size and power of Latinos are slowly but surely getting the mainstream spotlight it deserves.
Guest Post by Christina Elizabeth Rodríguez (@kikisbetes) Latinos are passionate people. We talk about racism, we talk about progression, we talk about moving forward and doing things to push our community to the next level.
Melissa Castillo-Garsow is a Mexican-American writer pursuing a doctorate in American studies at Yale University. Her writing has appeared in The Acentos Review, Hispanic Culture Review and other journals.
Editor’s note: This article, though anecdotal in narrative, is based on an in-depth study of Latino professionals in Washington state involving interviews and detailed surveys of personal histories from a scientific sample of 102 Latino lawyers.
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