Tag Archives | Hispanic Heritage Month

I’m a U.S.-born Mexican-American Latina, and You Can’t Tell Me Otherwise

Living in an “I” dominant country, one of the most common questions you get when first meeting someone is, “What’s […]

FCG Announces First Podcast: Flowin’ with Queenie & Dani – Hispanic Heritage Month

  Flowers Communications Group presents its first podcast: Flowin’ with Queenie & Dani. For this month’s episode, we’re taking a […]

Hispanic Heritage Month: Brands That Got It Right

Hispanic Heritage Month is upon us and we’re ready to see which brands get it right. However, none of these […]

United but Not One People

  Growing up as a fair-skinned, hazel-eyed, freckled girl with ethnic hair, people around me struggled with identifying my race, […]

Exprésate: One meme at a time

By: Angelica Ramirez   As the honorary office MEME QUEEN, I feel it’s only fitting to honor my Hispanic heritage […]

Refuse To Choose: Embracing the Duality

“You can’t be both. They are so different. They don’t even like each other. Which one are you more of?” […]

Shaping our Latino Identity – Part II; Growing up on Both Sides of the Border
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“Where are you from?”   As it pertains to questions of Latino Identity, that’s the one that follows all Latinos no […]

Shaping Our Latino Identity – Part 1

One of the things we like to say here at FCG Latino is one size does not fit all in […]