& The Internet
Caucus Institute (CHCI)
The mission of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) is to
develop the next generation of Latino leaders. Our vision is an educated
and civically active Latino community who participates at the local,
state, and federal policy decision-making levels. CHCI was established
in 1978 by Congressman Edward Roybal, Congressman E. “Kika” de la Garza,
and Congressman Baltasar Corrada.
Democracia U.S.A (Bilingual)
Democracia U.S.A. empowers Hispanics in their communities by encouraging
involvement in the electoral process. Democracia U.S.A. registers
voters, educates them on public issues at stake for their communities,
mobilizes them to turn out on Election Day, and conducts non-partisan
Election Protection activities to ensure that their votes are counted.
The Latino Voice in Politics
HITN’s Destination Casa Blanca allows viewers to see leading public
policy experts participating in dialogue and debate on matters
specific to the Latino community such as immigration, the economy,
health care, and education, as well as social and cultural affairs.
The 2009 Latino
Please join the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI), the
Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI), Democratic National
Committee Hispanic Caucus, the League of United Latin American Citizens
(LULAC), the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed
Officials (NALEO), the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), Voto Latino,
Latino elected officials and community leaders from across the country,
as well as Latino celebrities to celebrate a night of
On Sunday, January 18th, Latinos from around the country will come
together in Washington's historic Union Station to commemorate the
historic swearing-in of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United
States. It will be a special evening will award-winning entertainers,
elected officials, community leaders and many others.
provides readers with original and shared multimedia content, along
with, political blog commentary on issues and topics from around the
country and across borders. Latina Lista strives to be the
premier news site for English-speaking Latinas/os and those interested
in the Latino culture and viewpoint.
National Hispanic Caucus
of State Legislators
The NHCSL is the preeminent organization serving and representing the interests of Hispanic state legislators from all states, commonwealths, and territories of the United States. We serve as a catalyst for joint action on issues of common concern to all segments of the Hispanic community; a forum for information exchange and member networking; an institute for leadership training; a liaison with sister U.S. Hispanic organizations throughout the country; a promoter of public/private partnerships with business and labor; and a partner with Hispanic state or provincial legislators and their associations representing Central and South America.
Voto Latino is a non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 2004
by actress Rosario Dawson under the leadership of Executive Director
Maria-Teresa Kumar. Voto Latino seeks to maximize American Latino
youth civic involvement by generating voter turnout and
increasing political involvement among this group. Voto Latino’s
work ranges from grassroots voter registration drives to multimedia
pop culture awareness campaigns that serve one goal: to enfranchise
young Latinos in American society.