Abigail Golden-Vazquez of the Aspen Institute on Bridging The Gap Between Latinos and Mainstream Society

“It’s critically important to our democracy to have all the voices at the table… And a big part of the mission of the Aspen Institute is the search for the good society for a democracy that’s inclusive and that functions. And we can’t do that if we don’t have participation of one of the largest and growing young demographics in our country right now, which is the Latino Community.”

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A discussion with Abigail Golden Vazquez, Executive Director of the Latinos and Society Program at the Aspen Institute on bridging the gap between the Latino community and mainstream society in order to make better informed decisions that affect our country.

Golden-Vazquez stated, “It’s critically important to our democracy to have all the voices at the table… And a big part of the mission of the Aspen Institute is the search for the good society for a democracy that’s inclusive and that functions. And we can’t do that if we don’t have participation of one of the largest and growing young demographics in our country right now, which is the Latino Community.”

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