The Latino Leadership Institute offers comprehensive and empowering classes on the electoral process and civic activism to promising and inspiring minority students for FREE. Please help to keep it free to students by donating today!
One of the primary goals of the Latino Leadership Institute is to provide potential candidates with the knowledge and tools necessary to build effective campaigns and to empower candidates that represent working and low-income communities without depending on established political machineries.
To empower Latinos and other minorities by increasing their participation in the democratic process. This is accomplished by training, organizing and mobilizing leaders into an agenda that reflects their aspirations and values. Upon completion the graduates can partner with LLI, to coordinate voter education in their communities. Read More
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LLI FREE Public Policy Courses
WHO: YOU and other concerned community members, AND renowned public policy experts.
WHAT: A series of FREE public policy courses.
WHERE: Silberman School of Social Work at 2180 3rd ave - First Floor Auditorium.
WHEN: January 14, 21, 28 (3 classes) from 10am to 12:30pm.
January 14 - Urban Environmentalism - Anhthu Hoang, Federal Environmental Lawyer & Adjunct Professor of Environmental Health at Columbia University.
January 21 - Community Development - Hector Cordero-Guzman, Doctor of Sociology & Professor at Baruch College.
January 28 - Housing- Carlos Vargas, Doctor of Political Science at Hunter College Center for Puerto Rican Studies.
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