Publicado: Lunes, 11 Junio 2018 13:49
Mattos grew up in the vibrant city of São Paulo, Brazil, where he first developed his appreciation for art. He then studied media arts and animation at the Arts Institute of Indianapolis, and traveled across the United States and the world further developing his traditional art and media techniques.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - June 11, 2018.- The Friends of the American Latino Museum (FRIENDS), a 501(c)3 exclusively committed to advancing the creation of a Smithsonian National American Latino Museum in our nation’s capital, today announced that Cristiano Mattos of Indianapolis, IN, is the winner of the FRIENDS' 7th Annual Design Contest. Presented with the generous support of Target, the winning design was chosen among five finalists through a week long public voting process open to the hundreds of thousands of Friends supporters across the country.
Publicado: Sábado, 26 Mayo 2018 12:21
A report two years ago by the National Academy of Sciences, titled “The Economic and Fiscal Consequences of Immigration,” concluded that immigrants are essential to America’s economic growth. And the U.S. Department of Labor’s 2017 breakdown of employment showed about 25 million people in the American workforce (16.7 percent) were immigrants.
Houston, TX.- May 26th, 2018.- Immigration remains a hot-button topic, and how it’s tied to U.S. jobs and the economy creates much of the debate.
Critics of immigrants, especially undocumented immigrants, say they’ve taken jobs away from American workers. President Donald Trump emphasized that contention – often raised by Republicans – during his campaign with a controversial speech that some saw as anti-immigrant.