news releases

01 October 2020

HAF to Hold Virtual Screenings, Roundtables for Hispanic Heritage Month

HAF will hold a series of virtual film screenings of its short film "I Am Cheo" followed by roundtable diiscussions with experts in a variety of conservation, health, and communiity fields. The events are free and…
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23 September 2020

Latino Faith Leaders Show Support of Climate Action to Congress

Latino faith leaders from Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF)’s network recently connected with elected officials in Washington D.C. virtually to discuss why Congress should turn the climate action plan proposed by the House of Representatives Select…
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17 September 2020

HAF Welcomes New Communications Manager

Hispanic Access Foundation is pleased to announce the hiring of Karina Meza, who will serve as the Communications Manager. She will plan and implement HAF’s communications strategy, which includes drafting and submitting press releases, conducting…
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22 July 2020

HAF Applauds Congress for Passage of Great American Outdoors Act, Permanent Funding for LWCF Benefits Nation’s Diverse Communities

WASHINGTON, D.C. – With Latino Conservation Week in full swing, Congress’ passing of the Great American Outdoors Act ensures this year’s celebration will be one for the ages.
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22 July 2020

New Report Shows Racial and Economic Disparities in Access to Nature

A new report from Hispanic Access Foundation and the Center for American Progress finds that people of color, low-income communities, and families with children are most likely to be deprived of the benefits that nature…
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17 July 2020

Seventh Annual Latino Conservation Week Kicks Off This Weekend, Breaks Down Barriers to the Outdoors and Inspires Tomorrow’s Stewards

Communities throughout the country will enjoy and connect with the great outdoors during the 7th annual Latino Conservation Week, which begins July 18 and runs through July 26. While this year will lean more toward…
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