Miembros de la Asociación de Medios de Noticias Alternativos se reunieron el fin de semana pasado en Boulder, Colorado.
They were gathered this past weekend in Boulder, Colorado, guests of AAN (The Association of Alternative News Media).
Philadelphia is a “minority majority” and our leaders must unleash the potential inherent in our youngest residents.
Filadelfia es una “mayoría minoritaria” y nuestros líderes deben liberar el potencial inherente en nuestros residentes jóvenes.
The first Latino to serve as CEO of the largest public utility company in Illinois, ComEd, shared his vision for the future of energy in the U.S. and beyond at the inaugural AL DÍA Global Speakers event on May 15.
La Universidad de Temple se está quedando atrás en el reclutamiento de estudiantes latinos, con solo el 6.9% de su población estudiantil, mientras que el Colegio Comunitario de Filadelfia está atascado en el 14.8%. La población latina de Filadelfia se acerca rápidamente al 20%.
Temple University is lagging behind in the recruitment of Latino students, with only 6.9% of its total student population, while the Community College of Philadelphia is stuck at 14.8%. Philadelphia’s Latino population is fast approaching 20%.
It is not the new skyscrapers going up, but rather the quality and quantity of people we may attract to live or work in them which will define the fate of our city in the 21st Century. Philadelphia is, no doubt, rebounding. But is it dawn or dusk what we see in the horizon?
A recent report by the Office of the Controller reveals that the city must do more to create a workforce reflective of the diversity of the population it serves.
A menos que los CEOs de esta ciudad se lo tomen en serio, el sueño de convertir a Filadelfia en una "ciudad global" se retrasará considerablemente.
Unless the CEOs of this town take it to heart, the dream of turning Philadelphia into a “Global City” will be considerably delayed.
The official TV partner of the 18th Annual AL DÍA Philadelphia Diverse City Career Fair can help further promote the need for the diversity in the city to extend out to the workplace.
The financial industry still lags behind when it comes to diversity.
During a conversation with Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Jenice Armstrong, Gilliam touched on a number of topics, including her memoir, her early experiences as a reporter, the need for diversity, and the current state of the media and democracy.
The faith-based organization will be one of four award winners at the event, who will each be honored for their impacts throughout the city.
Tom Brokaw’s profoundly ignorant remarks about Hispanics and assimilation were surprising and shocking, but the rush from many in the Latino community to prove him wrong by justifying themselves in the worst possible way was even more so.
Shortly after veteran journalist Tom Brokaw sparked a controversy with his call for Latinos in the U.S. to better “assimilate,” the Knight Commission released a telling report on the state of journalism in the U.S.
A team of Temple University public relations students are launching a campaign addressing the lack of diversity in the public relations field, as an entry for the Bateman Competition.
Through the establishment of associate resource groups within the organization, Independence Blue Cross has been able to engage others and advance the organization's emphasis on diversity and inclusion.
“Our administration is committed to bridging the divide between government and the residents of Philadelphia,” Mayor Kenney said in a press release.
After the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) produced its Corporate Inclusion Index (CII); the head of HACR spoke with AL DÍA about the results.
On Dec. 6, leaders in Philadelphia’s media industry gathered to discuss how to address the persistent gaps in diversity and representation in newsrooms throughout the city and country as a whole.
AL DÍA talked to experts in diversity in journalism to understand how Philadelphia - and the country as a whole - can do a better job of ensuring that our newsrooms represent the communities they serve.
AL DÍA habla con expertos en diversidad en el campo del periodismo para entender cómo Filadelfia –y todo el país– pueden continuar con el complejo proceso de garantizar que nuestra redacciones represente a la comunidad a la que se dirigen.
Anthony López, a Latino expert, author, and speaker on leadership, joined AL DÍA for a discussion on what it means to be a leader, as well as Latino advancement in corporate America.