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🙋🏽👧🏿👱🏾👧🏻 Issue #15: the Quevedos, Coors Light Líderes, voice assistants on understanding bilingual users

Hola everyone, Switching things up in the format today, enjoy. Hope you have a great weekend! Con car
The Latinx Collective
🙋🏽👧🏿👱🏾👧🏻 Issue #15: the Quevedos, Coors Light Líderes, voice assistants on understanding bilingual users
By Elisabeth Rosario • Issue #15 • View online
Hola everyone,
Switching things up in the format today, enjoy. Hope you have a great weekend!
Con carino,
Elisabeth Rosario

THIS WEEK'S THREE:
Listen: the Quevedos
Actor Sarunas J. Jackson on persuading "Insecure" writers to make his character Panamanian
“Okay Google, play ‘Dura.’”: Voice Assistants should understand Bilingual users
SPOTLIGHT SERIES:
Here’s a good cause you can back for free, by voting online:
Every year, Coors Light Líderes honors 12 outstanding Latinx individuals for their vision, commitment to service and ability to inspire their communities. These individuals represent different sectors & have a positive impact on the communities they serve, achieve personal and professional success, and serve as role-models for the next generation of Latinx leaders. Yai Vargas (my fellow Dominicana & CEO/Founder of The Latinista) is currently one of 12 Líderes competing to become the 2018 Coors Light Líder of the Year, and if she wins, a $25,000 grant will go to a nonprofit to improve and empower the local Latinx community. Her nonprofit of choice is the Latino Commission on AIDS. Go to www.CoorsLightLideres.com and you can submit 10 votes per day to the leader of your choosing. See Yai’s video below! There are 7 days left to vote!
Vote for the Latino Commission on AIDS to win a $25,000 grant!
Vote for the Latino Commission on AIDS to win a $25,000 grant!
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