The Midlands Latino Community Development Corporation (MLCDC) is excited to announce Maria Elena Castro as the lead for the childcare educational program and director of the new childcare development program. Maria Elena developed the MLCDC’s children program 11...read more
Dr. Asaad Mahdi has been hired for the Child Care Development Outreach and Translator position for the Midlands Latino Community Development Corporation (MLCDC). Dr. Mahdi has his Ph.D. in Statistics from University Kebensaan Malaysia. Dr. Mahdi has experience...read more
By Elizabeth Burgess In 2015, Nelly Ortega started Ayala’s Income Tax Services L.L.C. as a way to help people in the Omaha community, while developing trust with each client. Her tax service company has rapidly increased from a few clients the first year of operation...read more
By: Jenny Sotelo Brothers Ramirez Juan and Juan Diego wanted to bring part of their culture to South Omaha, something they hadn’t seen before. That’s how they came about their business – Maya Market. “There’s a lot of Mexican stores here in town, and we wanted to...read more
Sol Construction, based out of the Onate home in Bellevue, Neb., develops properties from the ground up, remodeling projects and commercial work. Their homes and commercial creations can be found in Sioux City, Iowa, Tekamah, Blair, Herman, Lincoln and Omaha in Nebraska.
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The Federal Reserve of New York is concluding its process for selecting its next President, one of the few most important positions in the entire Federal Reserve System and especially with regard to the oversight of Wall Street. This selection process has been...read more
Latino Immigrants Are Changing the Politics of … Nebraska!: Organizing in Omaha and small towns with meatpacking plants is altering politics in this reddest of states.
Read how our community is making a positive impact in Nebraska politics.read more
Different things comprise our identity. But for a lot of us we’re generations removed from the influences of our ancestors. That’s not the case for Nebraska’s rapidly growing Latino population. Many are still powerfully connected by things like language and culture....read more
The National Human Trafficking Hotline has reportedly received 2,200 calls concerning sex trafficking with connections to Mexico or Latin America since it was set up in 2007. Polaris, the organization that operates the hotline, plans to target these demographics,...read more