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Latino

A person in the United States with roots, however defined, in a predominately Spanish-speaking country, especially but not necessarily in Latin America. Latino is an ethnicity rather than a race for U.S. Census Bureau purposes. Latinos form one of the largest American minorities.
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The Alliance's political empowerment efforts include advocacy in support of NAA's economic capital agenda and the promotion of American Latinos to key government positions.
At Plus Three we are privileged to work with so many virtuous non-profit organizations and important political causes, and this Hispanic Heritage Month we are especially proud of our work with the Friends of the National Museum of the American Latino," said Juan Proano, president and co-founder of Plus Three.
On Friday morning, executive search expert David Gomez will moderate a nuts-and-bolts working session on recruiting and preparing American Latino corporate candidates with senior management from corporate and finance.
American Latino TV, the flagship program is headed into its seventh season with an innovative look.
AIM TV's weekly programs American Latino TV and LatiNation combined audience reach is at an all time high and can be seen in more TV homes than any other English-language Latino-targeted program.
The program is part of NAA's key initiative to provide professional development and a support structure to American Latinos who are currently qualified or viable future candidates to serve on corporate boards.
Founded in 1999, the New America Alliance is a non-profit organization of American Latino business leaders united to promote the economic advancement of the American Latino community, focusing on education, political empowerment, strategic, philanthropy and public policy advocacy.
New America Alliance, a national organization dedicated to promoting and enhancing the well-being of American Latinos, recognized Latinos in government and in non-governmental organizations during its three-day event held at The Washington Monarch Hotel.
WASHINGTON -- New America Alliance (Alliance), and the Hispanic Association On Corporate Responsibility (HACR) announce today their partnership to advance the cause of increased inclusion of American Latinos on U.
This controversial statement is just one of many intriguing new insights contained in Isabel Valdes's new book, Marketing to American Latinos, Part I: A Guide to the In-Culture Approach, available June 1.

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