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  • Catalysts and Barriers to Attaining Citizenship: An Analysis of ya es hora ¡CIUDADANIA! 

    Ramírez, Ricardo; Medina, Olga (2010-09-16)
    The ya es hora campaign is an historic nonpartisan Latino civic participation campaign launched as the Latino community's action-oriented follow-up to the immigrant mobilizations of 2006.  The campaign represents the ...
  • Engaging the Latino Electorate 

    Daniels, Lindsay; NCLR (2011-03-03)
    Over the last decade, Latino voters were often referred to as the sleeping giant of American politics, poised to exert influence but not yet awakened to their electoral potential. After the level of Hispanic voter participation ...
  • LEAP: A Model for Increasing Latino Civic Participation 

    NCLR; Crossroads Campaign Solutions, Inc. (2012-05-05)
    NCLR created the Latino Empowerment and Advocacy Program (LEAP) in 2001 to strengthen the nonpartisan foundation for greater Latino participation in the political process.
  • Mobilizing the Latino Vote: Tapping the Power of the Hispanic Electorate 

    NCLR (2002-07-29)
    As part of its Latino Empowerment and Advocacy Project (LEAP), the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) has undertaken initial research to draw a more complete picture of Latino voters and to identify strategies to maximize ...
  • Mobilizing the Vote: Latinos and Immigrants in the 2002 Midterm Election 

    NCLR (2002-11-01)
    The recent public attention paid to the Latino vote, and to the influence of immigrants on American democracy, is difficult to miss.  In the days leading up to the November 2002 election, press coverage in states as diverse ...
  • National Council of La Raza: The First 25 Years 

    McKay, Emily Gantz (1993-07-02)
    This brief history chronicles the roots and development of the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) from its beginnings as a regional Mexican American organization committed to providing institutional support to grassroots ...