Whether in media, history textbooks, or even leadership positions, Latinx voices have often been left out throughout U.S. history. This lack of representation has harmful and dangerous consequences for the Latinx community, as our needs and experiences are overlooked. A major source of this marginalization is data collection. For decades, the Census was inaccurate and […]READ MORE
“The COVID-19 pandemic has further exposed a divide, highlighting longstanding digital gaps that have disproportionately impacted diverse communities, including Hispanics. Brenda Victoria Castillo, President and CEO of the National Hispanic Media Coalition, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss the impact of the digital divide — and how representation in policy decisions can benefit the Hispanic […]READ MORE
Brenda Castillo, For the San Antonio Express-News Aug. 5, 2021 Link to the Article. “For America’s Latino community, education has long been the engine of generational advancement and prosperity. My own family’s history echoes a story common to many: My grandfather had an elementary school education. My father had a high school education. I have […]READ MORE
National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) is a woman-led 501(c)(3) non-profit civil and human rights organization that was founded to eliminate hate, discrimination, and racism toward the Latino communities.
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