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a native of Latin America

an artificial language based on words common to the Romance languages

related to a Spanish-speaking people or culture

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in creating and paving the way for a new type of programming focused on inspiring American Latinos in the U.S.
On August 5 and 6, 2014, the New America Alliance convened in San Antonio, Texas, for its 2nd American Latino National Summit.
IN THE MIDST of one of the longest federal shutdowns in history, the New America Alliance (NAA) stood committed once again to leading the process of Latino empowerment and wealth building by presenting the 13th Annual Wall Street Summit at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City, convening American Latino, corporate, public sector and community leaders.
American Latinos and the Making of the United States is available now for $5.95 on www.eParks.com.
24, the New America Alliance--along with HACR, NCLR, USHCC and NALEO--hosted the First American Latino Summit at Miami Dade College in Downtown Miami.
Day two of the Summit featured a powerful line-up of speakers focused on the issues of economic and political empowerment of the American Latino community.
* An American Latino business initiative whose purpose is to lead the process of Latino empowerment, wealth-building, and economic advancement by focusing on economic, political, human, and philanthropic capital.
The cultural awareness that comes with being Latino optimally positions the American Latino to succeed in today's U.S.
The New America Alliance (NAA) is the premier organization dedicated to promoting leadership and success among American Latinos, and it does so through the sheer power of its membership.
I believe American Latinos also need to be in front on what I would call a fourth element of an overall immigration strategy.
During the 4th Annual Wall Street Summit, NAA presented the Distinguished Service Award to Illinois State Senator Antonio Munoz and Illinois State Teachers' Retirement System Executive Director Jon Bauman for demonstrating extraordinary leadership and commitment to advancing Latino business through financial investment and implementation of policies to ensure the inclusion of American Latinos at all levels of the investment process.
NAA programs focus on increasing the access to capital markets and financing for Latino businesses, and on promoting the participation of and influence of American Latinos on this nation's corporate boards, as well as expanding the participation and influence of American Latinos in Federal and state financial institutions and investing in the higher education of American Latinos in the fields of business and finance.
He is well aware that American Latinos not only want to know about the outstanding affairs of the US but also want to hear about what is going on in the places they came from.
Wall Street Summit Chair Frank Sanchez added, "The Summit is critical to advancing our agenda because it establishes productive partnerships between American Latinos and the financial and corporate communities--areas where we lack presence."
The New America Alliance Corporate Board Initiative, born out of the 1st Annual Wall Street Summit, recently took a historic step to increase the number of American Latinos on corporate boards of directors by holding its 1st Board of Directors Certification Program: Candidacy and Responsibility at the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business on September 13-14.
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