Voces Consulares: Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow–I

By Alfonso Navarro BernachiInternational Women’s Day is an opportunity to reflect that “without the inclusion of half of the world’s population, it is unlikely that tomorrow the solutions that provide us with a sustainable planet and a world in which there is gender equality will become a reality.”Around the world, according to the United Nations […]

Editorial: Savoring the benefits of spring cleaning

The weather may suggest it’s still winter, but the calendar warns of winter’s wane, and signs of the new season abound. We’re days away from the spring equinox; early morning birdsong is back; leaves budding herald the end of winter dormancy; the sweet, earthy smell of the outdoors signals nature’s reawakening; and, the days are […]

Women’s History Month: Isabel Gutierrez

By Tere Siqueira Women’s History Month: Gutierrez fights to meet families’ needs Each March, to honor Women’s History Month, Dos Mundos honors Latinas whose accomplishments have helped and/or inspired the community. One of this year’s eight honorees is Isabel Gutierrez, who has dedicated her life to advocating for Hispanic children and families.Gutierrez works in early […]

Women’s History Month: Amanda Villarreal

By Chara Entrepreneur looks to spark a better version of women in the community Entrepreneur Amanda Villarreal’s current job is a world away from her first job.Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, Villarreal came with her family to the United States at age 5. The family was “very poor,” she said.“We came to the United States […]

El fútbol mexicano se mancha de sangre

Federación mexicana y la Liga MX imponen sanciones al Querétaro La Federación Mexicana de Fútbol y la Liga MX están haciendo que el Querétaro Futbol Club pague por los disturbios ocurridos el 5 de marzo, cuando Querétaro recibió al Atlas en la jornada 9 del Torneo Clausura de la Liga MX.Querétaro deberá jugar sin aficionados […]