Increasing Hispanic Political RepresentationThe 117th Congress has a record number of Hispanic members — 54 in total. Despite this milestone, Hispanics remain underrepresented in Congress.
Ramiro Cavazos, President and CEO of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss an initiative aimed to increase Hispanic representation at all levels of government.
Improving Health Disparities Within the Hispanic CommunityStudies suggest that key barriers — including health insurance and citizenship status — prevent some Hispanic Americans from accessing quality health care.
Sandra Caraveo, National Programs Manager of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss health disparities within the Hispanic community and a campaign to get more Hispanics vaccinated against COVID-19.
Exposing Students to CodingCoding is the language of the future, but for students in low-income areas, there can be limited access to a full range of STEM courses.
Jose Antonio Tijerino, President and CEO of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss efforts to expose more students to computer science and coding.
COVID-19 Impact on Latino-Owned BusinessesA recent study found that 86% of Latino business owners felt immediate negative impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, a rate higher than other ethnic groups.
Danny Vargas, National Director of The Latino Coalition, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss efforts to help small Latino businesses recover and thrive after the pandemic.
Hispanic Access to TechnologyThe COVID-19 pandemic has further exposed a divide, highlighting longstanding digital gaps that have disproportionately impacted diverse communities, including Hispanics.
Brenda Victoria Castillo, President and CEO of the National Hispanic Media Coalition, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss the impact of the digital divide — and how representation in policy decisions can benefit the Hispanic community.
Investing in Digital Equity for the Hispanic CommunityAccording to the FCC, approximately 18 million people in America lack broadband service, and for underserved communities, connectivity is out of greater reach.
Alejandro Roark, Executive Director of the Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP), joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss the digital divide in the Hispanic community and the importance of cities investing in digital equity.
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