LATISM supports UNIVISION: Es El Momento for Education!

Education is, arguably, the most important issue of our times for Latinos. At a time when Latinos lead the dropout rates for High School graduation in the United States, it is essential that we unite to build awareness of this important topic among our LATISM community and most importantly, that we reach out to parents, educators and the general Latino population who may or may not be involved in social media.

Along with Technology, Health and Economic Empowerment for Latinos, Education is one of the “Four Pillars” of our LATISM mission. For this reason, when the Univision Network reached out to us to support the Es El Momento campaign, we readily jumped at the opportunity!

The response from our community has been overwhelming, as you will see below. LATISM is very proud and grateful to UNIVISION for the opportunity to support their campaign, and to our amazing community of bloggers and social media experts who have demonstrated their passion and commitment to this cause that is so very deserving of our support!

LATISM urges you to please follow our committed bloggers listed below, visit their blogs, comment, and share these pro-education blogs with your online and offline networks. Let’s spread this important message far and wide – together, we can help efforts to better the educational achievement of all Latinos/Hispanics: Es El Momento, LATISM!!

POSTS ON EDUCATION AND THE UNIVISION “ES EL MOMENTO” CAMPAIGN AROUND THE LATINO BLOGOSPHERE:

 

ABOUT ES EL MOMENTO

In February 2010, Univision Communications Inc. launched a comprehensive, multi-year national education initiative called Es El Momento (The Moment is Now) in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the U.S. Department of Education, educators and civic and community leaders from around the country. Univision’s award-winning news anchor and author @JorgeRamosNews serves as the ambassador for the Es El Momento campaign. For more information, visit the Es el momento website.

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  1. maciasr@mac.com'
    reymac 7 years ago

    Cuando tenemos padres que entienden educacion, podemos volar como aguilas!

  2. Raquel/Rachlwhite 7 years ago

    What an incredible campaign!! Thank you Univision and Latism for sharing this with us!

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    Chantilly Patiño 7 years ago

    Wow! What a great turn-out! I can’t wait to read all these inspirational posts! Thanks so much for sharing this great program with us. =)

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    Reina Valenzuela 7 years ago

    Una comunidad educada es una comunidad fuerte!

    Es el momento de construir nuestro futuro. Adelante Latinos!

    Reina

  5. Powerful collaboration between LATISM & Univision, especially w/all that’s going on in the LAUSD; hope this inspires more parents to become actively involved in their children’s education. It all starts at home.

  6. blanca@blancastella.com'
    blancastella 7 years ago

    This is amazing and a great forward thinking step! They are hearing what has been said many times on #latism based on your mission statement and in the hearts & voices of many. Congratulations!

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    AnaRC 7 years ago

    I’m humbled to be part of this community. Thank you all for pushing the education awareness so far. Our estudiantes need your voices and we’re not letting them down.

  8. nolongerfatin2011@gmail.com'
    Debra Jensen 6 years ago

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