The Daily Dos for Friday February 4, 2011
Our friends at ReMezcla have a free download of David Garza’s “Oversea”: http://music.remezcla.com/2011/latin/david-garza-oversea-free-mp3-download
The abortion rate remains unchanged in New York City, but has dropped among teenagers. Read all the stats of Hispanics and others: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/04/nyregion/04abortion.html?nl=nyregion&emc=ura1
More links below the fold including today’s Twittero recommendation
Learn how you can connect with the CDC in Spanish on both Facebook and Twitter: http://www.cdc.gov/spanish/especialesCDC/MediosSociales/?s_cid=fb_sp55+
Daniel Hernandez, Jr. the intern whose quick actions helped save Congresswoman Gabriella Gifford’s life will receive a special recognition during the League of United Latin American Citizen’s 14th Annual National Legislative Awards Gala on February 10t: http://hispanicohio.northcoastnow.com/2011/02/01/gifford-intern-to-be-recognized-at-lulac-national-legislative-awards-gala/
NPR shares the story of Nicole Garcia, a Latina gay activist participating in the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force’s annual conference this week. Garcia will lead a Latino working group, one of several such groups aimed at a greater diversity in gay religious activism — an arena that convention co-organizer the Rev. Rebecca Voelkel said “has been largely defined by white folks.”: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=133393425
Twitter 411 – Who to follow and who not to follow.
We’ve started following @CindyERodriguez on twitter and so should you.
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