Zubizarreta, the founder of Zubi Advertising, will receive awards from three leading Hispanic institutions in the month of October. The Latin Business Association (LBA) has chosen Tere as their Latina Entrepreneur of the Year, Latin Business Magazine will honor her with their Latin Marketing Spirit Award, and the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP) will be honoring Tere and her children (which now run the agency with her) at their Miami Advertising Summit.

Southwest Voter Registration Education Project's youth initiative, Fuerza Latina, launched a nationwide PSA campaign called "Don't Be Invisible, Vote!", starring acclaimed actor Esai Morales as Victor Lopez, a fictional Latino Presidential candidate.

Lifetime channel star, and former MTV Real World cast member, Rachel Campos-Duffy travels to Chicago for one night only to join fellow Latina VIPs for a red carpet affair that benefits a great cause – the non-profit Mujeres Latinas en Acción.

Telemundo's Chief Operating Officer, Don Browne, was honored by the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Conference of Editorial Writers with the prestigious Ida B. Wells Award.

The Roberto Clemente Award presented by John Hancock is given annually to the Major League Baseball player who combines outstanding skills on the baseball field with devoted work in the community.

Telemundo's Sports Anchor, Andrés Cantor, was honored with a Hispanic Heritage Award during a star-studded ceremony at the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington DC.

According to a report released on August 26 by the U.S. Census Bureau, the nation’s official poverty rate rose from 12.1 percent in 2002 to 12.5 percent in 2003, representing an increase of 1.3 million more poor people. Approximately 35.9 million Americans now live in poverty.

Parents should encourage their youngsters to view the Summer Olympic games and they should take the initiative during the Olympic broadcast to open up a dialogue to discuss their children's dreams and goals for the future, according to a child psychologist.

LATINA Style Magazine with the participation of the U.S. Small Business Administration, will host for the first time the 2004 LATINA Style Business Series in Charlotte on August 20, 2004. This year’s events are especially important as 2004 marks the 10th year anniversary of the magazine.

The Citizens’ Educational Foundation(CEF), announced the launching of a new initiative that provides another forum for the discussion of Puerto Rico Self-Determination.

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) kicked off its 75th Annual Convention. Political leaders and supporters from around the country cheered on to celebrate the legacy of the organization’s Diamond anniversary. The six-day event is expected to draw an estimated 10,000 political, community and business leaders to discuss Latino issues including Texas Governor Rick Perry, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tommy Thompson, and former Mayor of San Antonio, Henry Cisneros. President Bush is expected to address attendees live via satellite.

Daisy Expósito-Ulla, Chairman and CEO of The Bravo Group, received the prestigious Carvel Immigrant Entrepreneur Award from The National Immigration Forum at their Fifth Annual Keepers of The American Dream Awards Dinner on May 19, 2004 in Washington, D.C.

The 2004 Caminos al Exito / Roads to Success campaign moves into its 4th annual schedule of events announcing the hottest Latina on the scene, Odalys Garcia, as their spokesperson.

Businesswoman Ana Pacheco will receive a Governor’s Award as an Outstanding New Mexico Woman from New Mexico’s Bill Richardson at a gala dinner on May 7th in Albuquerque. Ms. Pacheco is being recognized for her decade-long efforts to preserve Hispanic history and culture through her quarterly publication, La Herencia (“The Heritage”). On May 18th, she will receive an additional award from PEN New Mexico, the state affiliate of the largest international professional association of writers, editors, and translators, at its annual dinner in Santa Fe.

When local radio stations air call-in shows, especially of the sports talk variety, it is expected that the content of these shows will be, shall we say, less than savory. Listeners beware - the views you hear may not be those of the station, its owners, or anyone but those speaking.

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