Tag Archives | Hispanic

Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead): A Celebration of Life

  Often misinterpreted as the Mexican version of Halloween, Día de los Muertos is anything but spooky or scary, let […]

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 […]

Cinco de Mayo: Celebrating Authentically as a Consumer and Brand

Tequila, piñatas and sombreros. These are all items often associated in the United States with the celebration of Cinco de […]

#BreastCancerAwareness Month | Triple Negative Breast Cancer Affects Young Multicultural Communities at Highest Rates

  October, the month that many “Go Pink” in support of breast cancer awareness, is coming to a close.  It’s been gratifying […]

Hispanicize 2017: Realizing the Impact of the Hispanic Community in Marketing Communications

Now in its eighth year, Hispanicize is the largest Latino conference for trendsetters – gathering more than 3,000 of the […]

A Seat at the Table with FCG: Critical Multicultural Insights from Voices that Brands Desperately Need in the Room

Pepsi rocked the marketing and social media world this week releasing their new global ad featuring Kendall Jenner. The setting […]