Wednesday, October 23, 2019

New effort arises in Houston to grow Pipeline of Latino Leaders in Education

A new group in Greater Houston wants to grow the pipeline of Latino leaders in education, starting with the nonprofit world that pumps millions of dollars into learning. “I think by having more Latino and Latina leaders serving on these boards, we will help these organizations be even more effective in the way in which […]

USHCC, AT&T Host Houston Day of Service

Keeping with tradition, Houston-area AT&T employees joined the Greater East End Management District and Keep Houston Beautiful to kick off the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) 2015 National Convention with their volunteer day of service. Friday morning in Houston was spent helping to beautify and landscape a popular trail, punctuated by remarks from the […]

Lawsuit in Texas Claims Latinos undercounted in 2010 U.S. Census

A lawsuit filed in Texas on Tuesday by the Mexican American Legislative Caucus alleges that Latinos were undercounted in the 2010 U.S. Census and says the state should not use the data in redrawing congressional districts. “MALC has always been committed to a redistricting process that is fair and representative,” state Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer, […]