Exploring Latinx identities
Here we explore the identifications that determine our governmental, economic and social outcomes.
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New Series on Latinx Racial Identity Asks: Who Do We Think We Are?
Ahead of Census 2020, Cuban-American writer and activist Rosana Cruz talks to a range of Latinx-identified movement leaders, artists and cultural innovators about how they define themselves racially. Their answers might surprise you.
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United We Dream
The largest immigrant youth-led community in the country, transforming the fear of being undocumented into finding one’s voice. United We Dream empowers people to develop their leadership, their organizing skills, and to develop their own campaigns to fight for justice and dignity for immigrants and all people.
Since 1968, UnidosUS, formerly known as NCLR, has remained a trusted, nonpartisan voice for Latinos, serving the Hispanic community through research, policy analysis, and state and national advocacy efforts, as well as through program work in communities nationwide.
NALEO Educational Fund
NALEO Educational Fund is the nation’s leading non-profit, non-partisan organization that facilitates full Latino participation in the American political process, from citizenship to public service.
A grassroots political organization focused on educating and empowering a new generation of Latinx voters, as well as creating a more robust and inclusive democracy through innovative digital campaigns, culturally relevant programs and authentic voices.
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