Texas Traditions: Tamales

Tamales are part of Texas culture and tradition. In our newest video with the creative team,  Dennis Burnett & co. and for our client BEEF Loving Texans, we explore a Tamalada in San Antonio with the Tamales Queen of Texas, Ellen Riojas Clark, Ph.D. Enjoy and may this story warm up your holidays!

TEXAS TRADITIONS: TACOS

It’s great to work on projects that showcase Texas culture with our client, BEEF Loving Texans in partnership with our film & video guru, Dennis Burnett. We hope it makes you hungry! TEXAS TRADITIONS: TACOS Tex-Mex, beef and tacos. That’s the daily meal for people across Texas, especially from Brownsville to San Antonio and Austin…

TNP: This is our Manifesto!

  Since 2000, Mando Rayo has been developing a project to address the leadership gap between Latinos, African-Americans and Asians and mainstream nonprofit boards. Concurrently, GivingCity has been promoting social innovators of color through a regular feature called the New Philanthropists. In the fall of 2014, GivingCity Austin and Mando Rayo + Collective formed a…

THE DIGI-DIVIDE AT SXSW 2014 STUDY RELEASED

The intersection of tech + Latinos is where our passion lies and where we see tremendous opportunities for growth and what better place to capture this experience than SXSW. It is for these reasons that earlier this year, we commissioned a study on the Latino experience at the SXSW Interactive Festival. Today, we’re proud to…

Content for Latino Millennials at #FestivalPEOPLE

MRC was proud to partner with Mercury Mambo and work on the 2014 Festival PEOPLE en Español. We were tasked to develop content and programming that speaks to today’s Latino Millennials through celebrity panels and sessions that were provocative, bilingual & engaging. This included talk shows, a tribute to a Latin American icon, live performances and Q&A’s…

MRC on NPR : ‘Hispanic’ Or ‘Latino’? Polls Say It Doesn’t Matter — Usually

In January, we spoke with NPR’s Code Switch on the age old question – Hispanic or Latino? We say it depends who you’re asking. Below is an excerpt from the story. “And there’s a local equivalent of that here in the U.S.: Marketing specialist Mando Rayo says he’s “part Mexican, part American, 100 percent Tejano!”…