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Abby Wambach, as performed by her teammates: "Everybody has to come down!" 

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I doubt you have not seen this video of a little girl 'channeling' Aretha Franklin at the tune of 'Respect', but I'm still posting it just in case...
This girl cracks me up every time I watch her, LOL

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It starts today...
Oprah & Deepak 21-Day Meditation Experience

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This is a very lnice cause to donate to. And if you win, you win BIG!
Love Robert Downey Jr.

Hang with Robert Downey Jr. at the Premiere of Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron to benefit JULIA’S HOUSE

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I'm a big fan of CreativeLive. Great online courses. Take advantage of their end of the year sale 
ICYMI: Take part in our year end sale and get up to 50% off our 2014 classes!

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26 Productivity and Social Media Marketing Tools to Spice Up Your Business

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Happy Halloween!

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Historically, the midterm elections mean record-low voting turnout. This means that EVERY SINGLE ADDITIONAL VOTE carries that much more weight. At a time when Latinos' voices are being ignored from every direction, using the full force of the voting voice becomes so much more important. We have so much at stake, so much to gain and SO MUCH TO LOSE.

That's the spirit behind +Voto Latino 's newest initiative, "Hispanic Heritage Month of Action," a nationwide campaign to ignite the Latino vote as part of taking ownership of the pride and responsibility that comes with being a citizen in this country.

This coming Tuesday, I'll be hosting some of the organizers and participants of this campaign*. More details coming up, but for now, SAVE THE DATE and follow the conversation with hashtag #PowerOfOurVote

*I'm a proud partner of the campaign.

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Great Google hangout tomorrow, in celebration of Women’s Equality Day and the 94th anniversary of women’s suffrage
As women of color, and in spite of significant advances, Latinas find themselves facing unique barriers in their quest for equality, not just within dominant mainstream society, but also within their own families and culture. This fact is further exacerbated by the complex nature of our cultural and ethnic identity.
This Tuesday, as the world celebrates Women’s Equality Day and the 94th anniversary of women’s suffrage, I will explore how far along are our mujeres in their quest for equality and respect.
• Where do we fall in the equality spectrum?
• How do guide our young women to aspire to it?
• How can we start taking advantage of our intersectionalities and building coalitions to attain it?
• Veronica Arreola, Director, Women in Science & Engineering Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago
• Ann Marquez, President at National Hispana Leadership Institute (NHLI)

• Kimberly Inez McGuire, Director of Public Affairs at National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

Join us for what promises to be an amazing conversation!

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The 11" MacBook Air Giveaway
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