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Latinos in the New Milennium Report

Latinos in the New Milennium Report

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Published by Tomas Avila
The Latinos In The new Millenium Conference focused on issues in eight major areas: (1) Education; (2) Health; (3) Economic Development (4) Census 2000; (5) Youth Leadership; (6) Immigration Reform; (7) The temping of Latinos and (8) Blank an Brown Relationship. These issues are the chief concerns of Latinos across the state and across the state. We offer a number of recommendations in each of these areas that can contribute to a more economically and socially prosperous community.

These recommendations take into account the need for a shared responsibility among government, business, community-based organizations, and individuals in addressing the needs of Latinos citizens and of all citizens. They also take into account our own responsibility as citizens workers, family members and members of our community. We understand the importance of State government leadership and support for comprehensive reforms. At the same time, we recognize that most lasting change is initiated and takes hold at the local level. The recommendations set forth herein, reflect that understanding of a shared obligation.
The Latinos In The new Millenium Conference focused on issues in eight major areas: (1) Education; (2) Health; (3) Economic Development (4) Census 2000; (5) Youth Leadership; (6) Immigration Reform; (7) The temping of Latinos and (8) Blank an Brown Relationship. These issues are the chief concerns of Latinos across the state and across the state. We offer a number of recommendations in each of these areas that can contribute to a more economically and socially prosperous community.

These recommendations take into account the need for a shared responsibility among government, business, community-based organizations, and individuals in addressing the needs of Latinos citizens and of all citizens. They also take into account our own responsibility as citizens workers, family members and members of our community. We understand the importance of State government leadership and support for comprehensive reforms. At the same time, we recognize that most lasting change is initiated and takes hold at the local level. The recommendations set forth herein, reflect that understanding of a shared obligation.

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Published by: Tomas Avila on Oct 04, 2009
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A ConferenceNew Immigrants, New Empowerment, New Leaders
October 8-10, 1999Providence MarriottOne Orm StreetProvidence, RI 02904
 
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The Providence JournalDiversity Initiative
Jointly sponsored by:
Center for Hispanic Policy and Advocacy (CHisPA)Progreso LatinoGovernor’s Advisory Commission on Hispanic Affairs

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