The Latino Community continues to be underrepresented in media and is consistently overlooked. There is no denying there is little to zero Latino Representation, whether it be in front of the camera, behind the scenes, or in the boardrooms. And despite Latinos being the #1 consumers of media in the USA, the Latino Community continues […]

Raised By Latinos celebrates and embraces our Diversity! To learn, support and bring awareness to the beautiful diversity of Latinos we have a created a section on our YouTube Channel. Raised By Latinos #RaisedByLatinos #LatinoDiversity “Whether it’s food, music, politics, or literature, Afrolatinos have played a major role in shaping Latin America and U.S. culture. […]


My earliest memories were at 3390 Keele St. There were only a few Latinos in the Keele and Sheppard area, a mostly European dominated neighbourhood in the 80’s and 90’s. We were a few, but we stuck together. We were fearless and stood our ground. We even took our beats, but we earned respect. If […]


So grateful to have the support of one of the MMA greats, Coach Mauricio “Veio” AmadoMuay Thai and MMA Head Coach (Toronto)@evolucaothai@evolucaothaibr Photo credit  @philwong6470.wearing RBL: @raisedbylatinos Mauricio Veio was born in Brasil and began training at the age of thirteen under his one and only coach, Master Rafael Cordeiro of Chute Boxe.  He is a […]

Toronto Latinos

Article from LAC Latin American Canadians Please come back to this page will be updated bi weekly. How it all began, Latin America refers to a group of republics including Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Puerto […]

RBL Established T-shirt. I grew up in the outskirts of the hood with little to no support from the outside world and always being underestimated but only wanting to be given the opportunity to show my abilities. Kind, naive and taken advantage of, the streets quickly taught me to be hard, quick and not stupid. […]


My father is Jamaican born and my mother is a first-generation Canadian. My mix is Ecuadorian, Jamaican, Trinidadian, Chinese, Colombian. I am a Canadian. Although I do not speak, write, or read in Spanish, I feel very Latino (seeing how I was raised by my mother). Thanks to her I have been able to connect […]