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WBZ TV's Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks with MIRA's Lauren Powers about the DREAM Act.

The DREAM Act – A Holiday Wish for Many Young People in America

The DREAM Act is one of the hottest topics of debate right now. The bill was passed by the House of Representatives on Wednesday December 8th and now it’s in the hands of the Senate. […]

WBZ-TV–12/18/2010

“Success For Life” “Exito Para La Vida”

“Success For Life” is a program at the non-profit organization La Alianza Hispana in Boston, that helps people who already speak English and are looking to take this knowledge to a whole different level. On […]

WBZ-TV–12/10/2010

WBZ's Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks about “El Jolgorio Navideño 2010” with its President Ramon Soto.

Jolgorio Navideño 2010 – A Latino Holiday Tradition

On Saturday December 11th, the biggest Latino Christmas celebration in New England will be taking place at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, and this year, it promises to be better than ever! On this […]

WBZ-TV–12/03/2010

Centro: ALERTA & TAG

Centro: Presidential Award for Young Latinos in Boston

A group of Latino students from an educational program at UMass Boston called ALERTA recently received a special recognition from the first lady Michelle Obama. With the help of ALERTA and other great programs like […]

WBZ-TV–11/26/2010

Credit: WBZ TV Centro

ALPFA’S Executive Leadership Summit 2010

The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) is a national non-profit organization with more than 13,000 members and 40 chapters. ALPFA Boston which is their largest chapter will be celebrating their 10th […]

WBZ-TV–11/05/2010

Closed churches appeal directly to pope

A group of Roman Catholics asked Pope Benedict XVI to reverse the decision by the Boston Archdiocese to close their churches, which sparked a six-year fight and several round-the-clock parishioner vigils.

10/19/2010

Easton football player's family defends his name

EASTON (WBZ) — There was an overflow of tears as hundreds of mourners attended a candlelight vigil for Danroy Henry, the 20-year-old Easton native killed by police in New York early Sunday morning.

10/19/2010

Blackjack man

WBZ’s Laurie Kirby talks with Jeffrey Ma about his new book on how to win in business.

07/08/2010

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