News Coverage

29 March 2016

HUFFINGTON POST: Taxes Key to Strengthening Latinos’ Financial Future

It’s no secret that the Latino community is one of the nation’s fastest growing populations. By 2050, the Latino population will surpass 100 million, about double what it is today, according to the U.S. Census…
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27 March 2016

HUFFINGTON POST: Celebrate, Not Denigrate, Latino Involvement in California Desert Protections

I recently received the following Twitter message, “why does it matter the race of the people protecting our desert? I am so tired of bias.” The Tweet was in response to photos we posted of…
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13 March 2016

HUFFINGTON POST: National Parks Centennial Marks Milestone, Needs to Represent a Future of Inclusion

One hundred years ago, President Woodrow Wilson signed the bill establishing the National Park Service. From day one, the goal was "to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and wildlife therein, and…
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09 March 2016

VALLEY VOICE: Obama Right to Create Desert Monuments

Latinos in Riverside and San Bernardino counties are thrilled that President Obama recently designated our nation’s three newest national monuments – Sand to Snow, Mojave Trails, and Castle Mountains – in the California desert.
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28 January 2016

BAY JOURNAL: US Fish and Wildlife Service creates urban internships

In an effort to diversify both the staff and visitors to national wildlife refuges, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has partnered with the Hispanic Access Foundation to fund seven internship positions this summer.
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09 December 2015

PUBLIC NEWS SERVICE: Latino Clergy Push for New National Monuments in Southern California Desert

A large group of California religious leaders released a letter to President Obama on Tuesday, asking him to use his powers under the Antiquities Act to create three new national monuments in the southern California…
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