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12 June 2019

HAF Statement on Introduction of LWCF Full Funding Bill in the House

Maite Arce, president and CEO of Hispanic Access Foundation, released the following statement in response to Rep. Jeff Van Drew’s (D-NJ 2nd District) introduction of the LWCF Permanent Funding Act to permanently and fully fund…
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11 June 2019

Meet our LHIP Class of 2019

The Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP), a partnership between HAF's MANO Project and the National Park Service is designed to train young people in the skills of cultural, historical, and natural resource management. The program…
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07 June 2019

Dozens of Organizations Encourage Senate Support for Civil Rights Grant Program

On May 28, Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in Historic Preservation, Hispanic Access Foundation, and Latinos in Heritage Conservation were joined by 43 groups and 67 individuals in submitting a joint letter to the Senate…
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07 June 2019

Anniversary Highlights the Antiquities Act’s Critical Role in Protecting Cultural Heritage

Maite Arce, president and CEO of Hispanic Access Foundation, released the following statement in celebration of tomorrow’s 113th Anniversary of the Antiquities Act, which has been instrumental in protecting and including the history and contributions…
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07 June 2019

Climate Action Now Act Introduced in the House, Would Benefit Latino Communities

Leaders in the Senate recently introduced that chamber’s first bill to address climate change in eleven years. It is called the International Climate Accountability Act and it aims to combat climate change and to make…
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20 May 2019

HAF Statement on Reintroduction of the Outdoors for All Act

On Tuesday, May 14, U.S. Sen. Kamala D. Harris and Rep. Nanette Barragán reintroduced the Outdoors for All Act, which aims to help communities around the country construct and improve parks and other outdoor recreational…
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