Civic Action

Unlocking Latino Civic Potential: 2016 and Beyond

January 29, 2016  • Latinos and Society Program

The Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program invites you to a lunch discussion on our upcoming report Unlocking Latino Civic Potential: 2016 and Beyond. The report, the culmination of a collaborative convening on Latino civic participation, holds key recommendations that seek to advance Latino civic engagement. We look forward to hearing recommendations from working groups on immigrant integration and naturalization, civic education, the leadership pipeline, and voter engagement.

The event features expert panelists Arturo Vargas, Executive Director of NALEO, Josh Hoyt, Executive Director of Partnership for New Americans, Luis Fraga, Co-Director of the Institute for Latino Studies and Arthur Foundation Endowed Professor of Transformative Latino Leadership at the University of Notre Dame.