Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Latino Leaders and Activists Urge President Obama to Nominate Labor Sec. Tom Perez for Attorney General

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus and the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda are among the many Latino leaders urging President Obama to nominate Labor Secretary Tom Perez as the next U.S. attorney general. Leaders and activists cite Perez’s proven record of leadership and commitment to serving diverse communities as signs that he would be an ideal candidate […]

NHLA launches Latinos United for Immigration Reform Campaign

The National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) has launched a new campaign called Latinos United for Immigration Reform, which will encourage Latinos to unite their community together and support comprehensive immigration reform. “The Latinos United for Immigration Reform campaign is the largest effort of its kind to organize our community,” says Hector Sanchez, Chair of NHLA. […]

Latino Leaders and Census Bureau Meet to Discuss Latino Representation

Earlier this month, representatives from the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) met with Thomas Mesenbourg, Acting Director of the US Census Bureau, and his senior staff to discuss concerns for the 2020 Census in regards to the underrepresentation of Latinos. The Census Bureau has created a new National Advisory Committee on Racial, Ethnic, and Other […]

White House convenes Latino Leaders for first Hispanic Public Policy Conference

Earlier this week, the White House held the first ever Hispanic Public Policy Conference that brought together Latino leaders from across the nation with administration officials to discuss solutions to the most critical issues facing the Hispanic community. For two days, 160 attendees met face to face with President Obama’s administration over an agenda that […]