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New Latino Voices “The Latino Vote 2012” Video Conference Wednesday, May 23, 2012

The New Latino Movement (NLM), a volunteer-based network that connects Latinos through online and on-the-ground strategies, will officially launch its newest project, New Latino Voices, a video and social media commentary project meant to provide Latinos with a platform to express their voices, opinions and commentaries on local and national issues.

Each month, New Latino Voices will host a series of online video forums, inviting influential leaders to discuss a variety of issues that affect Latinos daily lives.

This month’s webcast, The Latino Vote 2012, will be held on Wednesday, May 23rd 2012 from 7:00pm-9:00pm.

Via Spreecast-video conference participants will have the opportunity to interact with speakers face-to face to ask questions, provide their commentary and share their experience. Others can watch, chat, tweet, comment and participate by submitting questions to those on screen. Spreecasts will be recorded and accessible through the New Latino Movement website.


The Latino Vote 2012

Wednesday, May 23rd 2012


Lydia Camarillo – Vice President of Southwest Voter Registration Education Project
Carlos Sanchez -National Political Editor VOXXI
Tram Nguyen – Deputy Director at Virginia New Majority
Carlos Duarte – Mi Familia Vota Education Fund
Kristian Ramos – National Democratic Network




For more information contact monica.cevallos@newlatinomovement.org.

Follow us on twitter @latinomovement and follow the event #latinovoices.

The New Latino Movement (NLM)s mission as a volunteer-based network is to engage, train, empower and connect progressive Latinos through online and on-the-ground strategies. The network spans over 30 states and includes an outreach of nearly 5,000 people.

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