The NHCSL is the preeminent organization serving and representing the interests of Hispanic state legislators from all states, commonwealths, and territories of the United States.
Colorado State Senator Larry Trujillo, who was then Colorado Senate Minority Leader, founded the National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators (NHCSL) in 1989 as a non partisan, 501 (c) (3) non profit organization, representing over 300 elected Hispanic State legislators through out the United States, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Since its founding, the NHCSL's primary mission has been to organize Hispanic state legislators who advocate on behalf of Hispanic communities across the United States. The NHCSL continues to be a leader in the fight for additional resources at all levels of government. Hispanics nationwide can benefit from better housing, education, healthcare, and business opportunities in both the public and private sectors. We work on your behalf with Congress and the White House to influence and direct these important national priorities.
Mission: The National Hispanic Caucus of Hispanic State Legislators (NHCSL) was founded in 1989 as a nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c)3. The mission of the National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators (NHCSL) is to be the foremost organization serving and representing the interests of Hispanic state legislators from all states, commonwealths and territories of the United States and the Western Hemisphere. The NHCSL meets its mission by serving as a catalyst for joint action on issues of common concern, such as housing, immigration, education and healthcare, to all segments of the Hispanic community. In addition, NHCSL provides a forum for information exchange and member networking; supports leadership training; acts as a liaison with sister U.S. Hispanic organizations; promotes public and private partnerships with business and labor; and partners with Hispanic state or provincial legislators and their associations represented throughout the world.
HISPANICS will decide #Election2020 in #Arizona.
So, SHARE👇🏽, MASK😷UP, and #VOTE!
Hispanics will decide #Election2020 in #Texas.
MASK 😷 UP and #VOTE!
Hispanics will decide #Election2020 in #Florida.
MASK 😷 UP and #VOTE!
The #LatinoVote 🗳 could decide #Election2020 in #NorthCarolina.
#HispanicVoters: MASK 😷 UP and #VOTE !
#VotoLatino #Elecciones2020 #SíSeVota
The #LatinoVote🗳 in #Wisconsin could be THE decisive force in #Election2020.
💪🏽#HispanicVoters: MASK😷 UP and #VOTE!
#SíSeVota ❗️ #VotoLatino #Elecciones2020
The #LatinoVote🗳 in #Michigan could be THE decisive force in #Election2020 .
#HispanicVoters: MASK😷 UP and #VOTE!
#SíSeVota❗️ #VotoLatino #Elecciones2020
The #LatinoVote🗳️ in #Pennsylvania could be THE decisive force in #Election2020 .
#HispanicVoters: MASK😷 UP and #VOTE .
#SíSeVota❗️ #VotoLatino #VotoBoricua #Elecciones2020
“This is an especially important election in terms of redistricting. We have a once-in-a-decade opportunity for us to really put in place things that our community views as fair, independent and nonpartisan.”
“If you want to rebuild the Democratic Party and if you want to rebuild democracy in the United States, you have to win back state legislatures,” a Democratic strategist said.
California Latino Legislative Caucus
Watch our Executive Director, Kenneth Romero, provide Keynote Remarks on the importance of the 2020 Latino Vote at this year’s Massachusetts Hispanic Trailblazer Celebration!
Thank you to MBLLC Chair, Rep. Carlos Gonzalez!
This championship deserved changing our logo.
#Doyers #WorldSeries #LATogether
¡El poder está en tus manos!
Sigue los consejos de #WalterMercado🔮 y VOTA🗳.
Para más información, visita Vote.org
"...we’re not a separate category. We’re part of America. We’re part of the mainstream.”
👋 Jaime of Campanario Entertainment: NHCSL and Congressional Hispanic Caucus agree. That's why we're working on modernizing/reforming tax and other incentive laws to increase diversity onscreen and create multi-dimensional non-stereotypical portrayals that, just like in real life, weave in #Hispanics into the fabric of America.
Great piece by Los Angeles Times Entertainment's Yvonne Villareal.
Producer Jaime Dávila wants the industry to know this about Latinos: "We're not a separate category. We're part of America. We're part of the mainstream."
"State legislatures are a sort of training ground for future members of Congress. Nearly half of all US Senate and House seats are held by former state legislators."
So THIS 👇🏽 is what Congress will look like in the future.
The makeup of state legislatures predicts what Congress will look like in the future.
In 2016, only 44,000 votes decided the elections in #Pennsylvania.
In 2020, there's 521,000 eligible #Latino voters in PA.
LET THAT SINK IN‼️
#SíSeVota #Decision2020 #USATuVoz #ElPoderEnTi
Angel Luis Cruz Roman Rep Danilo Burgos Danilo Burgos For 197th District State Representative Janet Diaz for PA State Senate 2020 Andre Del Valle for State Representative Guzman For The 127
Did you know that 9 out of the 10 Hispanic state legislators in #NewJersey are WOMEN?
WATCH how these three powerful Latinas --Senate President Pro Tempore M. Teresa Ruiz, Senator Nellie Pou and Assemblywoman Annette Quijano-- blazed a trail that is unmatched in any other state!
#LatinasLead Center for American Women and Politics LatinasRepresent
Right before the pandemic, I had the opportunity to share stories, laugh and spend time with Sen. Nellie Pou and Assemblywoman Annette Quijano. Can't wait to be this close with my sisters in the legislature again. This video by Insider NJ and The Latino Spirit seems like it was shot so long ago. #TogetherApart #LatinXs #MujeresAlPoder
DECISIÓN 2020 es una iniciativa de Telemundo para ayudarte con el proceso de registro para votar y todo lo que necesitas saber sobre la votación por correo y la votación anticipada en persona. 🗳 #sísevota #Decision2020 #USATuVoz #ElPoderEnTi
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NO civilized democracy should EVER separate children from their parents’ embrace for merely trying to seek asylum, as they flee from violence and lack of food.
The masterminds of this cruel policy knew this would eventually happen and didn't care.
A court filing says many of the parents are presumed to no longer be in the United States. Efforts to locate them have been hampered by the coronavirus pandemic, according to the filing.
We congratulate the new Chair and Vice-Chair of the California Latino Legislative Caucus, Senator María Elena Durazo and Assemblymember Robert Rivas, and look forward to working with you on issues like affordable housing, universal broadband and climate change.
Today, our members elected Senator María Elena Durazo to serve as Chair of the CA LatinoCaucus and Assemblymember Robert Rivas as Vice Chair. Chairs are limited to one, two-year term. PRESS RELEASE: https://latinocaucus.legislature.ca.gov/news/1602608100-senator-mar%C3%ADa-elena-durazo-serve-chair-ca-latino-legislative-caucus-assemblymember
HISPANIC and BLACK voters are being targeted with digital disinformation.
DON’T BE FOOLED by those fake posts, robocalls and mailers.
WATCH this video and then MAKE A 🗳️ PLAN.
Black and Latino voters are being targeted with digital disinformation, experts warn, which could have a major impact on the election. NBC News’ Morgan Radford speaks to voters about their experiences with misleading social media posts.
🚨NOTICIA DE ÚLTIMA HORA🚨
Por primera vez en la historia de NHCSL, el Director Ejecutivo, Kenneth Romero, revela que VA A VOTAR POR:
We close #HHM2020 celebrating one of the MOST iconic civil rights champions in our Nation's history: DOLORES HUERTA, with a special message she sent us, as President of the Dolores Huerta Foundation, on WHAT'S AT STAKE❗️
#SíSePuede💪🏽 #SíSeVota🗳️ WATCH and SHARE❗️
UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Initiative
New from UCLA LPPI: With Latinos estimated to make up at least 20% of all voters in key battleground states: AZ, FL, NV, & TX, they will be decisive in the #Election2020.
So how can candidates capture the Latino vote in the last few weeks before election day? Our report finds that mobilizing Latinos will require candidates to commit to substantive improvements in four key issue areas: healthcare, jobs, the economy, and ending racial discrimination.
Why? Latinos are the group most likely to earn less than $15 an hour, to lack health insurance, and to be exposed to COVID-19. Latinos also receive lower pay than white workers for doing similar work.
Check out the full report and policy recommendations here:
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs UMass Amherst UCLA Labor Center
DAY 30 #HispanicHeritageMonth2020
#EdwardRRoybal made public health a top priority. From restoring low-cost health programs for seniors to championing the CDC's first funding for AIDS research, his leadership prevented illness and saved lives for many Americans.
During his thirty-year tenure in Congress, he wrote the first bill giving federal support to #BilingualEducation and cofounded the Congressional Hispanic Caucus. In honor of his legacy, the CDC main campus bears his name and he posthumously received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2014.
Thanks to New Jersey Senate President Pro Tempore M. Teresa Ruiz, many women will now have the support often needed to make the dream of running for office a reality.
#LatinasLead LatinasRepresent Center for American Women and Politics
Public officeholders and candidates can use political contributions to pay for childcare related while they are campaigning or on official business after
Tomorrow evening, the Presidents of NBCSL and NHCSL, Rep. Gilda Cobb-Hunter (SC) and Sen. Daniel A Ivey-Soto (NM), will be discussing the importance of the Black and Latino vote in #Election2020 and public policies to advance justice for communities of color, hosted by Atiba Madyun.
MAKE SURE TO TUNE IN!
Join us tomorrow night at 7pm for our Chalkboard Conversation with the President of the
National Black Caucus of State Legislators (NBCSL), State Representative Gilda Cobb Hunter (SC)
National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators (NHCSL), State Senator Daniel Ivey Soto (NM)
This is VOTER SUPPRESSION! 😡
It’s outrageous. My friend @everleanrutherford has been in line for early voting in Cobb County Georgia for SIX HOURS. She said people, of course, have to leave all of the time without voting. This is voter suppression.
DAY 29 #HispanicHeritageMonth2020
"I had to create my own parts, otherwise I was going to be relegated to playing the gangsters, the janitors, the drug dealers but we Latin people are so much more than that."
John Leguizamo has been speaking up about the need for diversity and inclusion during his entire three-decade career. In fact, he boycotted the #Emmys2020 citing “cultural apartheid.”
“If you don’t have Latin people, there’s no reason for me to see it." He passionately spoke about it at the #TonyAwards. (2/2)
John Leguizamo accepts a Special Tony Award during the Creative Arts Awards portion of the 2018 Tony Awards ceremony.
Arizona and Virginia observe #IndigenousPeoplesDay for the first time instead of Columbus Day.
A record number of states and municipalities on Monday are celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day in lieu of Columbus Day.
DAY 28 #HispanicHeritageMonth2020 #IndigenousPeoplesDay2020
DAY 26 Part 2 #HispanicHeritageMonth2020
Oscar de la Renta was instrumental in making the first-of-its-kind Vogue cover of a First Lady happen. The story of that cover is just as fascinating as his long-standing relationship with the White House..... MUST WATCH!
Go the see the exhibit of Mr. de La Renta's fashion and life at the Bill Clinton Presidential Library and Museum in Little Rock. This is a tribute film from ...
DAY 26 #HispanicHeritageMonth2020
From Jackie Kennedy's visit to India to Laura Bush at the 2015 Inaugural Ball, Oscar de la Renta influenced the world political stage like no other designer.
This #Dominican American is a fashion legend, emblematic of #Hispanics' contributions to our Nation.
DAY 25 Part 2/2 #HispanicHeritageMonth2020
In 2013, Pedro R. Pierluisi, Congressman Bill Posey, Senator Richard Blumenthal and Senator Marco Rubio cosponsored bills to award the Congressional Gold 🎖️ Medal to the #Borinqueneers.
NHCSL, along with elected officials and advocates throughout the US, urged Congress to award the Medal:
May their heroism and perseverance stand as an eternal and sacred testament of Hispanic Americans' contributions to our Nation.
WATCH THE SHORT VIDEO:
President Obama awards a Congressional Gold Medal to the "Borinqueneers," a Puerto Rican regiment of the United States Army.
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The NHCSL is the preeminent organization serving and representing the interests of Hispanic state legislators from all states, commonwealths, and territories of the United States. Our mission is to serve as a catalyst for joint action on issues of common concern to all segments of the Hispanic community; a forum for information exchange and member networking; an institute for leadership training; a liaison with sister U.S. Hispanic organizations throughout the country; a promoter of public/private partnerships with business and labor; and a partner with Hispanic state or provincial legislators and their associations representing Central and South America. The NHCSL provides technical assistance and resources that will help legislators propose legislation and administrative actions to achieve a better quality of life. Our efforts focus on advancements in education, healthcare, housing, economic development, criminal justice, and employment and job training for the Hispanic community. The NHCSL advocates for the appointment of Hispanics to positions of influence in all levels and branches of government, which will positively impact public policy for Hispanics. We also advocate for the hiring and promotion of Hispanics to positions of influence in the private sector.
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