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Andrea Armijos Martínez is thirty-five years old, she was born in the city of Loja, Ecuador. Her first children's story titled Bright Boy Changes the Girl's World is about her own childhood experience, how she was a victim of bullying and how she overcame it.
Abigail Silva studied Human Communication in Mexico, then did a master's degree in Special Education. He is a specialist in children and young people with language, learning and hearing disorders. She also has experience working in early stimulation with...
Jesús Neira (Colombia, 1948) is a Colombian lawyer, professor, lecturer and writer, he is a member of the International Association of Writers. Author of the book The Art of serving with happiness and serving with humanity, Serving with humanity. Present at the HISPANIC HERITAGE BOOK FAIR MILIBROHISPANO, NORTH CAROLINA, April 20-23.
Claudia Zamora was born in Buenos Aires in 1966, she has a degree in NLP, certified life coach and holistic spiritual counselor. His call in this life is to evoke the greatness of all of us in the multiple areas in which we operate.
Luis Alberto Ambroggio (Argentina 1945, lives in the US since 1967) is a member of the North American Academy of the Spanish Language, PEN and numerous literary institutions. With awards, recognitions, twenty collections of poems published to date contain his poetry that covers almost half a century of creation.
Originally from Cali, Colombia; Susana is a designer, bilingual writer, and award-winning author. He lives in the city of Miami, Florida where he enjoys photographing sunsets, his orchids and his two cats.
Among her works in Spanish are: Clara, a...
Pilar Vélez is an economist, writer and cultural promoter. President of the Hispanic Heritage Literature Organization/Milibrohispano, director of the literary magazine Poetas y Escritores Miami and director of FILCOL.
AMEXCAN calls on Governor Roy Cooper to veto SB 101. AMEXCAN urges the Governor to assume a firm attitude and supports the migrant community because every day Mexicans and Latinos drastically contribute to the economic, social, and cultural development of North Carolina. Not only will SB 101 critically harm the migrant community but also the economy and well-being of the state.