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La Comisión Legislativa de Afroamericanos, Puertorriqueños, Hispanos y Asiáticos publica el informe anual del estado de Nueva York “Las prioridades del pueblo” en medio de las negociaciones presupuestarias March 9, 2015 En medio de las negociaciones presupuestarias, la Comisión Legislativa de Afroamericanos, Puertorriqueños, Hispanos y Asiáticos (BPHA, por sus siglas en inglés) de la Legislatura […]

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Students will debate pertaining issues of their Hispanic/Latino communities such as: Common Core, Stop & Frisk, and Aid to Immigrants in 3 day visit to Albany March 19, 2015 WHAT: 200 students from 8 delegations representing New York State will take part in a Mock Assembly Session which is conducted in the New York State […]

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The Brennen Center for Justice at the NYU School of Law is hosting “The Latino Vote in 2014,” an event aimed at informing Latino voters as to what they can expect at the polls in November. The event is taking place Wednesday, October 15 from 6-8 pm at the Brennan Center for Justice (161 Avenue […]

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Obesity Epidemic Hits 38% of Latino Children: Forum Set to Discuss Crisis Register today for this free webcast and view it as your schedule permits https://us.reg.meeting-stream.com/100611_130pm/ In this free webcast you will hear from experts in pediatric health care, public policy, and physical fitness about the rising rates of obesity in the Latino community. According […]

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In the attached link, please find information regarding the opening reception of Saratoga County Economic Opportunity Council Inc Photography project, as well as the Latino Community Advocacy Program. The Latino Community Advocacy Program provides services to low-income Latino Immigrants in Saratoga County and surrounding areas including English as a Second Language and Bilingual Advocacy. The […]

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We want to take a moment to update everyone regarding the Legislative Task Force on Demographics and Redistricting. There will be 2 rounds of public hearings. One to recommend to the Task Force what the public would like to see the maps look like and a second to review the Task Force’s district proposals. The […]

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