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Roll Call
Fear and Loathing Among Latinos in the 2016 Campaignhad not been a top issue of concern for most Latinos, says Clarissa Martínez-de
Fear and Loathing Among Latinos in the 2016 Campaign
Roll Call / Posted 9 hours ago
had not been a top issue of concern for most Latinos, says Clarissa Martínez-de-Castro, deputy vice president of the National Council of La Raza, an advocacy group for Hispanics. Afterward, it shot to the top. Now, she says, “It packs a... Read more
11h
CommonDreams.org
Civil Rights, Faith, and Environmental Groups Urge Congress to Address Flint Lead Crisis before RecessBlack Women's Roundtable National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA)
Civil Rights, Faith, and Environmental Groups Urge Congress to Address Flint Lead Crisis before Recess
CommonDreams.org / Posted 11 hours ago
Black Women's Roundtable National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA) National Council of Jewish Women National Council of La Raza National Disability Rights Network National Education Association National Employment Law... Read more
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The Hill
Major parties still miss when courting Latino votersis necessary in the Latino communities in order to educate and motivate our peo
Major parties still miss when courting Latino voters
The Hill / Posted 7 days ago
is necessary in the Latino communities in order to educate and motivate our people to the polls. Organizations such as the National Council of La Raza, League of United Latin American Citizens and Latino Victory Project, all of which are trusted by... Read more
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Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Local charter school reaches 20-year milestone(charter schools) throughout the state don't exist anymore." The Garza-Gonzale
Local charter school reaches 20-year milestone
Corpus Christi Caller-Times / Posted 10 days ago
(charter schools) throughout the state don't exist anymore." The Garza-Gonzalez Charter School is an affiliate of the National Council of La Raza and began as an alternative school for at-risk youth. In 1980, the school became the educational... Read more
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New York Post
Trump sign wasn’t meant to offend, says student at pep rallyif the disparities between the two schools were taken into account prior to the
Trump sign wasn’t meant to offend, says student at pep rally
New York Post / Posted 13 days ago
if the disparities between the two schools were taken into account prior to the pep rally. Meantime, officials at the National Council of La Raza said the sign was deplorable. “And it is a prime example of how the toxic rhetoric we hear from... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Why the election map has a built-in, and growing, Democratic biasillegally, "Republicans seem to be their own worst enemies," said Clarissa Mart
Why the election map has a built-in, and growing, Democratic bias
The Houma Courier / Posted 14 days ago
illegally, "Republicans seem to be their own worst enemies," said Clarissa Martinez de Castro, deputy vice president of National Council of La Raza, a nonpartisan group that studies Latino issues. Seventy percent of Latinos said Republican... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Why the election map has a built-in, and growing, Democratic biasillegally, "Republicans seem to be their own worst enemies," said Clarissa Mart
Why the election map has a built-in, and growing, Democratic bias
The Daily Comet / Posted 14 days ago
illegally, "Republicans seem to be their own worst enemies," said Clarissa Martinez de Castro, deputy vice president of National Council of La Raza, a nonpartisan group that studies Latino issues. Seventy percent of Latinos said Republican... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Why the election map has a built-in, and growing, Democratic trendillegally, “Republicans seem to be their own worst enemies,” said Clarissa Mart
Why the election map has a built-in, and growing, Democratic trend
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 14 days ago
illegally, “Republicans seem to be their own worst enemies,” said Clarissa Martinez de Castro, deputy vice president of National Council of La Raza, a nonpartisan group that studies Latino issues. Seventy percent of Latinos said Republican... Read more
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Island Packet
Why the election map has a built-in, and growing, Democratic biasillegally, “Republicans seem to be their own worst enemies,” said Clarissa Mart
Why the election map has a built-in, and growing, Democratic bias
Island Packet / Posted 14 days ago
illegally, “Republicans seem to be their own worst enemies,” said Clarissa Martinez de Castro, deputy vice president of National Council of La Raza, a nonpartisan group that studies Latino issues. Seventy percent of Latinos said Republican... Read more
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The News & Observer
Why the election map has a built-in, and growing, Democratic biasillegally, “Republicans seem to be their own worst enemies,” said Clarissa Mart
Why the election map has a built-in, and growing, Democratic bias
The News & Observer / Posted 14 days ago
illegally, “Republicans seem to be their own worst enemies,” said Clarissa Martinez de Castro, deputy vice president of National Council of La Raza, a nonpartisan group that studies Latino issues. Seventy percent of Latinos said Republican... Read more
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15d
NBC News
Mujeres for Hillary works to get more Latinas out for Clintonnot even. It's not undecided. It's not close. She's ahead quite a bit," Manzano
Mujeres for Hillary works to get more Latinas out for Clinton
NBC News / Posted 15 days ago
not even. It's not undecided. It's not close. She's ahead quite a bit," Manzano said of the lopsided numbers at a recent National Council of La Raza news conference. At this brunch, one of several that Clinton campaign supporters are holding... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
As Lehigh Valley's Latino population grows, business grows with itnew study is showing both promising, and less encouraging, trends among Pennsyl
As Lehigh Valley's Latino population grows, business grows with it
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 18 days ago
new study is showing both promising, and less encouraging, trends among Pennsylvania's Latino community. According to the National Council of La Raza, between 2007 and 2012, Latino-owned businesses in Pennsylvania grew by more than 50... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Obama Administration Spends Another $10 Million To Register New Immigrant Voterschaired by his Domestic Policy Director, Cecilia Muñoz, the former vice preside
Obama Administration Spends Another $10 Million To Register New Immigrant Voters
Zero Hedge / Posted 19 days ago
chaired by his Domestic Policy Director, Cecilia Muñoz, the former vice president of the powerful open borders group National Council of La Raza (NCLR). Millions of taxpayer dollars have funded the task force’s various enterprises, including... Read more
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Philly.com
Byko: Trump's 2 faces are reflections of our ownaccused of other crimes for trial instead of releasing them on bail. To my surp
Byko: Trump's 2 faces are reflections of our own
Philly.com / Posted 25 days ago
accused of other crimes for trial instead of releasing them on bail. To my surprise, Janet Murguia, the president of the National Council of La Raza, a Hispanic advocacy organization, said on MSNBC that she agreed. 3. Zero tolerance for criminal... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Trump's fiery immigration speech clarifies choice for angry whites and wary Hispanicsproblem of mass illegal immigration." Hispanic advocates found Trump's approac
Trump's fiery immigration speech clarifies choice for angry whites and wary Hispanics
Dallas Morning News / Posted 25 days ago
problem of mass illegal immigration." Hispanic advocates found Trump's approach abhorrent. Janet Murguia, president of the National Council of La Raza, called a speech full of "distortions and dog whistles... There was no pivot." ... Read more
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The Hill
Is Trump's 'softening' on immigration too little too late?and far too late is a question that voters, including millions of Latinos, will
Is Trump's 'softening' on immigration too little too late?
The Hill / Posted 28 days ago
and far too late is a question that voters, including millions of Latinos, will answer. Janet Murguía is President and CEO of the National Council of La Raza. The views expressed by Contributors are their own and are not the views of... Read more
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Breitbart
It's the Supreme Court, Stupid!will not give me heartburn. Half a loaf from Trump is better than a handful of
It's the Supreme Court, Stupid!
Breitbart / Posted 30 days ago
will not give me heartburn. Half a loaf from Trump is better than a handful of stale crumbs from Hillary Clinton and the National Council of La Raza. Why am I so accommodating to a less “hard-line” immigration platform? The answer is as simple... Read more

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