The New Demography

The New Demography

The Fourth Chapter of American History

Monday, March 19, 2018; 5:00-8pm
32-123 Kirsch Auditorium    
 

The nation’s future requires alignment with the Latino demographic. Comprehension of the changing demography of the United States and the impact Latinos are having on the country as a result is critical to the continued prosperity of America. The discussion on the ‘New Demography – The Fourth Chapter of American History’ will focus on exploring:
   – Hispanic Population Growth
   – The Real and Dramatic Change that is Occurring
   – The crucial role demography plays in many important aspects of life and the impact of these on key aspect of American Society     
We are thrilled and honored to have a distinguished panel with deep expertise with these issues. We will be joined by Jesse Treviño Journalist, former speechwriter and communications advisor at the White House for President Clinton’s Special Envoy to the Americas and as senior speechwriter for Energy Secretaries Federico Peña. Angle Taveras with over 14 years of experience in litigation and served as the Mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, managing a budget of $678 million and serving a population of approximately 180,000 people, of which 35% are Latino. We are also honored to be joined by Dr. Lorna Rivera who is the director of the Gaston Institute for Latino Community Development & Public Policy, and an associate professor of Women’s/Gender Studies and Latino Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Dr. Rivera’s publications and research focus on Latino/a communities, women’s health disparities, and educational inequalities.
Hope to see you there,
Maria Barrios
Ana Ludwig
Vivian Ruiz
Latino ERG Co-Leads