Monday, October 21, 2019

Join New Latino Voices for a Latino Voter Protection Webcast


On Wednesday, September 5th, join New Latino Voices for a discussion on Latino voter protection rights and an opportunity to interact with speakers face-to-face to ask questions, provide commentary, and share your experience.

As previously reported on La Plaza, reaching out to Latino voters is an important priority for groups this election season. With an estimated 21.5 million Latino citizen adults eligible to vote on November 2012, the Latino vote is expected to have a big impact on the 2012 election. Organizations such as the Voter Participation Center in Arizona are working to get people signed up and registered to vote before the October 9 deadline to participate in the November 6 election.

The webcast will be held via Spreecast, a video conference where participants are able to watch, chat, tweet, comment and participate by submitting questions to those on screen. Webcasts will be recorded and accessible on the New Latino Movement website.

Click here to RSVP for the New Latino Voices Latino Voter Protection Webcast on Wednesday, September 5th at 8pm EST.

Panelists include representatives from the following national Latino organizations: Presente.org, NALEO Educational Fund, Mi Familia Vota, Advancement Project, and the National Council of La Raza.

New Latino Voices (NLV) is a project of the New Latino Movement that aims to provide Latinos with a platform to express our voices, opinions, and commentaries on local and national issues.

The New Latino Movement mission as a volunteer-based network is to engage, train, empower and connect progressive Latinos through online and on-the-ground strategies.