Historic Hispanic Policy Conference Brings 160 Latino Leaders to Washington
Over 160 Participants Gathered to Explore Policy Priorities, Make Recommendations
At the recommendation of the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA), a coalition of the 30 leading Hispanic organizations in the United States, the White House convened a Hispanic Policy Conference this week.
The Hispanic Policy Conference brought 160 Hispanic leaders from across the country to Washington to engage in a discussion with Obama Administration officials about how to work together on public policy that advances the Latino community. Latino leaders were able to engage in a dialogue about issues across the spectrum, including education, jobs, civil rights, health, immigration, and the environment. Read More »