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    Latinas, Plan Your Road Trips Now!
    From the eight-passenger 2015 Toyota Highlander, to the upgraded 2015 Yukon Denali XL, the 2015 Chevy Malibu and the 2015 Murano, in this edition we invite you to come along for a drive as we highlight some of the best autos for Latinas to drive while on the road with their family or friends. Check them out.
    By Sue Mead

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    SCORE: Growing Successful Small Businesses Across the U.S.
    Latinas are powering a significant part of the country’s economic engine. To support the aspiring Latina business owner, SCORE, a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses start, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship, provides free or very low cost services to business owners and entrepreneurs across the nation. Find out how you can benefit or be a part of it.
    By Gloria Romano-Barrera

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    Amy J. Rodriguez, a Playmaker Latina Style
    Check out this edition’s cover star. As soccer fans gear up to support the best women soccer players in the world, Amy J. Rodriguez — the only American-born Latina on the U.S. Women’s National Team — prepares to be the best forward she can be for her team. Read more about her journey to the field and motherhood here.
    By Gloria Romano-Barrera

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    Facing Crisis: Suicide Among Latina Adolescents
    According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention, 26 percent of Hispanic teenage girls contemplated suicide in 2013, compared to 21 percent in 2011. So what exactly is triggering young women to make such tragic decisions? Learn what can be done to identify, intervene or help someone who is at risk for suicide.
    By Ada Mariela Ortega

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