Statements

November 13

NHMC Congratulates President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris

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September 30

Donald Trump Refusing to Denounce White Supremacy, Does Not Surprise Me

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August 26

ORGANIZED ONLINE HATE LEADS TO REAL LIFE MURDER IN KENOSHA, WI

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August 3

Anti-Latino Mass Shooting One-Year Anniversary: Domestic Terrorism Not A New Concept

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July 31

STATEMENT: Brenda Castillo, President & CEO of NHMC, on Twitter’s Stand Against Online Hate

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July 29

Hey Zuckerberg, we’re still dying at the hands of Facebook’s White Supremacy Problem

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July 8

STATEMENT: Facebook Releases Civil Rights Audit Report

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June 29

STATEMENT: NHMC COMMENDS ACTIONS TAKEN BY YOUTUBE AND REDDIT TO STOP ONLINE HATE

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June 29

Enough is Enough: Mark Zuckerberg Must #StopHateForProfit

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June 18

OPEN STATEMENT ON SCOTUS DACA RULING

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June 16

OPEN STATEMENT ON SUPREME COURT DECISION: VICTORY TO LGBTQ+ EMPLOYEES

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June 8

OpEd: Somos Latinos and we demand that Black Lives Matter

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June 1

STATEMENT: NHMC Stands with #BlackLivesMatter

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May 28

STATEMENT: Brenda Victoria Castillo, President & CEO of the National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) on Donald Trump's Unconstitutional Targeting of Twitter and Facebook

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