Lifestyle covers resources and information about health, image and life and work balance to keep Latinas at their best performance.

Latina athletes inspiring us at the Tokyo Olympic Games

While many viewers only have eyes for their home country’s athletes, here at Latinas in Business we are rooting for all our Latina athletes participating in the Tokyo Olympic Games. We are so inspired by their accomplishments thus far. They are proof that Latinas are able to achieve anything. 
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DACA in doubt after court ruling: 3 questions answered

A federal court in Texas delivered a blow to an Obama-era federal program shielding hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children from being deported. In this article, legal scholar Kevin Johnson, who specializes in immigration law, explains what impact this will have on DACA – and what comes next.
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Unplug and unwind in nature during Latino Conservation Week 

July 17th to the 25th marks Latino Conservation Week, where Latinos across the nation gather to participate in outdoor activities to raise awareness of environmental issues and protect our precious natural resources.
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Finally! Historic Latino representation in the 2021 Emmy Award nominations 

Yesterday, the 73rd Primetime Emmy Award nominations were announced, recognizing six Latino artists for their groundbreaking performances in the past year. 
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Is business travel as we know it dead? 

More than a year on, we are still seeing the pandemic’s effects on travel and while there has been some increase in leisure trips this summer, the business travel industry is still a long way from recovery.  

Celebrating 4th of July Latina Style! 

The Fourth of July holiday weekend is here! The U.S. national holiday is known for its fantastic firework shows, barbecues, picnics, and outdoor parties. If there’s anything we Latinas love is a good celebration. Today we’re sharing some fun ideas to give your 4th of July a Latina twist! 
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10 Books by Latinx authors to read summer 2021 

Summer is officially here! Which means it’s time to break out that summer 2021 beach-side reading list, right? If you’re struggling to find your next read, check out some of the latest and most anticipated 2021 books by Latinx authors!

NBCU Academy announces recipients of inaugural ‘Original Voices’ Fellowship to support diverse filmmakers

NBCU Academy and NBC News Studios together named seven groundbreaking filmmakers for the first inaugural Original Voices fellowship who will each receive $45,000 in grants and a one-year fellowship to support their feature-length nonfiction films in all stages of production.

“In the Heights” colorism controversy and why accurate representation is important

Recently, the newly released film adaption of Lin Manuel Miranda’s Broadway musical--In the Heights--has received some controversy regarding the film’s casting choices and lack of dark-skinned Afro-Latinx actors, with critics citing colorism as the root cause of the inaccurate representation of the historic NYC neighborhood.