Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Red, Brown, and Blue Delivers Important Multicultural News and Opinions

Red, Brown, and Blue is a recently launched website which features important cultural news and political commentary for Americans who don't see themselves in mainstream media or who want a multicultural perspective on the news of the day. With Red, Brown, and Blue, people from all walks of life have a convenient platform to read culturally-important news and opinion, while also having the opportunity to join in on important discussions regarding the challenges facing all Americans.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 4, 2010 -- Red, Brown, and Blue provides Americans from all backgrounds with important multicultural perspectives. These perspectives include commentary from a range of columnists which include intellectuals, social advocates, authors, political thinkers, and other thoughtful contributors. What Red, Brown, and Blue hopes to accomplish is a better understanding of the cultural ties between Americans of all backgrounds, while also providing Americans with the tools to get more involved in the democratic process, as it is certainly a shared belief among the contributors of Red, Brown, and Blue that we could all benefit from the community becoming more involved in the process of changing and progressing American society, whether it involves improving the economic, political, or social landscape within the nation.

Rudy Ruiz is the founder of Red, Brown, and Blue, and aside from being hailed "a cultural visionary" by the National Hispanic Institute, Rudy Ruiz has many accomplishments under his belt since graduating from Harvard University; these include launching Interlex, a multicultural marketing agency which is currently one of the top 20 Hispanic ad agencies in the nation. Despite these and other entrepreneurial, writing, directing, and producing successes, Rudy Ruiz has remained committed to the idea of building important bridges between cultures in order to create a better society for all people of this and future generations.

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