Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

Unique ideas to make your St. Patrick’s Day celebration

By Tere Siqueira St. Patrick’s Day, observed on Mar. 17, is a global celebration of Irish culture and the legacy of Saint Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint. As a day filled with joy, green attire, and cultural festivities, St. Patrick’s Day offers a unique opportunity for the Hispanic community to engage in cross-cultural celebration and create […]

Childhood providers support Kelly’s budget initiative

By CharaMore than 1,000 early childhood providers and stakeholders across Kansas are endorsing Gov. Laura Kelly’s state budget proposal to invest $56 million in “early childhood services and workforce enhancements,” her office stated in a Feb. 28 press release.The supporters expressed their approval via a letter sent recently to Kansas legislators emphasizing how important high-quality […]

Women’s History Month: Jessica Cabral

Recognized as pillar of faith, communityBy CharaFor Jessica Cabral Maldonado, being recognized by Dos Mundos in March in observance of Women’s History Month, is an honor to be shared.“I would like to thank Dos Mundos for this recognition, for giving women an important part of our community,” Cabral Maldonado said. “Thank you to all the […]

Women’s History Month: Rebeca Amezcua- Hogan

Dedicates life to helping others through work By Angie Baldelomar For Rebeca Amezcua-Hogan, one of the honorees by Dos Mundos for this year’s observance of Women’s History Month, advocating for those who need it has been a big part of her life.Since her time in college, Amezcua-Hogan has volunteered for many advocacy groups and been […]

Numbers of femicides on the rise

Femicide total for 2022 tops 4,000 in Latin America, CaribbeanBy Roberta Pardo Thousands of women are victims of femicide every year in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a report by the U.N. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) published at the end of 2023.Femicide is defined by the World Health […]