Latino

  • Latino Leaders to Be Recognized

    SACRAMENTO, Calif – The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CHCC), the premier organization promoting the development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and emerging Latino businesses in California, will recognize the contributions of a diverse group of accomplished, Latino leaders,during the 2016 Annual Convention in Riverside, CA, September 21st to September 23rd...
  • Latino Diversity Issues and Challenges

    Hilbert Morales / EL OBSERVADOR Many in the Chicano-Latino-Hispanic Silicon Valley communities do not know much about the diversity in their community. Also, many public policy decision-makers treat “Hispanics” as a homogeneous population. Nothing could be further from the reality being experienced by the individuals who make up that cohort...
  • Latino Education Summit

      “This event represents a unique collaboration amongst K – 12 schools and Santa Clara University, as it  presents the opportunity to engage in a meaningful dialogue on how we can better serve the needs of the most worthy” – Ed Alvarez, President, The Foundation for Hispanic Education “We...
  • CA Leads the Nation in Insuring Latino Children

    Suzanne Potter / California News Service SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California leads the nation in enrolling Latino children in health insurance, thanks in large part to massive outreach efforts and to the state’s expansion of Medi-Cal under the Affordable Care Act. A report from the Georgetown Center for Children and Families,...
  • WHY HAVE LATINOS NO EFFECTIVE PUBLIC POLICY IMPACT?

    This past Sunday, January 3, 2016, the New York Times published in its Sunday Review Section, page SR-1, “WHATEVER HAPPENED TO LATINO POWER?”, This article was authored by Roberto Suro, Professor, Public Policy and Journalism, USC. I recommend reading this article presenting the perspective of historical Latino demographic growth....