After careful consideration, the board and leadership of Think Freely Media (TFM) made the decision to conclude TFM’s Hispanic and Latino outreach project, including Think Freely Latino, at the end of 2017.  We did not come to this decision lightly and still believe the goals and work of this project as a whole, and Think… Read More

While the President’s tax plan is facing considerable opposition from Democrats in Congress, this opinion written by Jerry Natividad, President of the AFL Main Group, demonstrates that some Republican Hispanic business leaders are raising their voice in support of the plan. Mr. Natividad explains why in the opinion below. How POTUS’s Tax Cuts Will Help Hispanic Families This… Read More

Thank you from Think Freely Latino! TFL Friends, I want to take this opportunity to thank you – Think Freely Latino’s (TFL) independent-minded champions, contributors, and new subscribers. Thank you for joining the conversation and for sharing your stories and opinions with us – those that help inform and inspire our community “so that more… Read More

Think Freely Latino recently sat down with Raul Cisneros – entrepreneur, volunteer, and children’s book author. If you meet Raul in person, the first thing you will notice about him is his warm smile and genuine enthusiasm for life and serving others. Sure, he’s always had a career and full-time job, but his heart is… Read More

When I first entered public service at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), I wanted to improve how it served veterans— veterans like my mother and father, who each served in the U.S. Air Force, where they first met and had me. How the VA provided home mortgages to veterans, one of which bought the… Read More

From the notebook of Sandra Pedroarias: Google today premiered an animation of the late Mexican-American singer Selena to “celebrate [her] life and legacy.” In the article cited below, Perla Campos, Global Marketing Lead for Google Doodles and project manager for the Selena Quintanilla Google Doodle, talks with Billboard exclusively about the women who inspired her to thrive… Read More

As we get ready to wind down the nation’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations, a proposed bill unveiled in late September presents eligible undocumented children and young adults, who were brought to the United States as children, with a new path toward legalization. Here are ten things you should know about The SUCCEED Act: SUCCEED stands for:… Read More

For many Latinos, finding a new, lucrative career – especially in places where no one you know works, like the cloud industry – is daunting. But with the right at-home training, you, and anyone you know, can do it. The “cloud” industry is exploding, and few Latinos are aware that they can actually train themselves… Read More

Jose Antonio Tijerino, influencer and champion of Hispanic and Latino youth in America, is also the man responsible for stewarding the Annual Hispanic Heritage Awards – “established in 1987 by President Ronald Reagan to commemorate the creation of Hispanic Heritage Month in America.” Serving as president and CEO of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) for… Read More

What they said: Right to Work is Wrong for Missouri  In Missouri, union-backed opponents of the state’s new Right to Work law argue it’s an “unfair government overreach” and “politicians interfering in the workplace.” Voters will have a choice in November’s election to uphold or reject the law, but union leaders and their allies are twisting… Read More