Mariana De Marinis is a professional writer storyteller, journalist and cultural analyst researcher. She has studied Modern Literature at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she is from and has a major in Literary Theory. During the last 15 years she has been living in different geographies such as Mexico City, Buenos Aires, and now Atlanta, USA, since 2021. She has been working for the Latin America market on Trends since 2009 and has an extensive experience in writing and cultural trends analysis in the UK based research agencies Mintel Group and Kantar.
LGBTQ Latinos carry several marginalized identities juxtaposed, a condition that can increase their susceptibility to negative experiences based on both race or ethnicity and sexual orientation or gender identity.
While the U.S. Latino population with MBAs and PhDs more than doubled in two decades, access to higher education doesn't reflect the relevance of this population segment in the country, reveals a Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data.
San Antonio International Airport celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with "Cruising into History—A Celebration of Lowriders in San Antonio" which features icons belonging to this automotive way of life
Chavarría, the son of a Mexican father and Irish mother, was born in rural California. He grew up in the San Joaquin Valley, where he was a keen observer of the cultural, artistic, and ideological expressions of his community