How Latinos are Shaping Census 2010 Results & Congressional Reapportionment

On Tuesday, November 17th at 12 PM Eastern, please join NDN Senior Vice President and Director of Hispanic Programs Andres Ramirez, Executive Director for America's Voice Frank Sharry, Executive Director, National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Arturo Vargas, and President of Election Data Services Kim Brace for a discussion on immigration and Latino political engagement. These experts will discuss a new report from America’s Voice Education Fund showing how Latinos are helping to re-shape the political map. 

Eighteen states are poised to see changes in their Congressional representation due to the 2010 Census.  This Tuesday, learn how Latinos will shape the make-up of Congress going forward, and what this means for the politics of immigration reform.
This event is open press and will take place at NDN, which is located at 729 15th Street, NW, 1st Floor, Washington, DC. As lunch will be served, please RSVP if you plan to attend the event.

Not in Washintong or can't make it to NDN? Not to worry! You can still catch this discussion by watching live online via webcast. Follow this link to watch "How Latinos are Shaping Census 2010 Results & Congressional Reapportionment" live online. Live-Stream Available at  at 12:15 PM

A video recording will be available on Wednesday November 18th

For more information, follow this link to NDN's backgrounder on Census 2010, Immigration and Reapportionment.

Event Date: 
Tuesday, November 17, 2009 - 7:00am