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2012 NCLR Annual Report: The Rising Latino Impact
Though the influence of Latinos may have been news to some in 2012, NCLR's tireless work for nearly half a century has been rooted in the community's strength. In its 2012 Annual Report, \The Rising Latino Impact,\ NCLR ...
2009 NCLR Annual Report: A New Era of Responsibility
For more than four decades, NCLR has aimed to better our nation by empowering Latinos at both the local and national levels. In 2009, NCLR continued to fulfill this mission through its key role in the national civil rights ...
2013 NCLR Annual Report: Improving Tomorrow, Today
The 2013 NCLR Annual Report: Improving Tomorrow, Today tells the story of NCLR's extensive work supporting comprehensive immigration reform and addressing many other issues affecting Latinos in the United States.
2010 NCLR Annual Report: Stronger Together
NCLR and its Affiliates were at the forefront of some of the most contentious national debates in 2010. Whether in regard to health care reform or the controversial immigration laws on the rise throughout the nation, NCLR ...
2011 NCLR Annual Report: 50 Million Strong
Latinos faced epidemic foreclosure rates, record job loss, and discriminatory laws in 2011. In its 2011 Annual Report, \50 Million Strong,\ NCLR shares how it strengthens America through advocacy and civic engagement, ...
2014 NCLR Annual Report
In 2014, NCLR's advocacy generated the momentum for President Obama's immigration announcement, which would allow up to five million immigrants the opportunity to stay with their families and make even greater contributions ...
2015 NCLR Annual Report
After a promising start, 2015 ended up being a challenging year for the Latino community. Yet despite these obstacles, our Affiliates and advocates achieved some great accomplishments, the least of which includes the passage ...
2016 NCLR Annual Report
We are at a pivotal moment in our nation’s history and it’s more important now than ever that we remain committed to being the voice of the Latino community. If the last 49 years have taught us anything, it’s that when ...