An analysis of Census data by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) shows that the growth and youthfulness of the Hispanic population will play a big role in the nation's social and economic future, and that understanding how to address this growth will be critical for cities and states across t

The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) announced that José Villarreal of San Antonio, Texas has been elected as Chair of the NCLR Board of Directors, a 32-member group made up of representatives of community-based organizations, the corporate sector, academia, and elected officials.

Boot Camp is five days of intensive training in business and entrepreneurship for youth ages 12 to 19. The Camp is an initiative of The Enterprise Center's YES (Youth + Entrepreneurship = Success) Program, which hosts camps throughout the year.

The NAAHP announced that it officially kicks off its grassroots campaign to reach the 35 million Hispanics nationwide.

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CreatAbility's CreatASail, a day-long sailing and education program for disabled and disadvantaged children at the Shake-A-Leg/Miami water-sports and recreation facility located at 2600 Bayshore Dr. in Coconut Grove.

The National Board of the American Civil Liberties Union voted unanimously to appoint Anthony D. Romero, a Ford Foundation executive and public interest attorney, as the sixth executive director in the institution's 81-year history.

The Advertising Council today selected Roger Enrico, Chairman of the Board and CEO, PepsiCo, Inc., as the recipient of its 48th Annual Public Service Award.

Carlos Santana and his wife Deborah, in recognition of their ongoing work with The Milagro Foundation, which they founded in 1998, will be honored with UCLA's Cesar E. Chavez Spirit Award. The "Cesar E.

March 30, 2001, marks the first annual Cesar E. Chavez state holiday in California.

According to news reports, the Census Bureau will report shortly that the Latino community experienced a 60% growth rate during the 1990s and that the size of the Hispanic population is at virtual parity with that of the African American population.

Awards are often given to recognize greatness. But who is greater than one who helps a child? If you know someone who has done extraordinary things to change the lives of children, nominate them for a $100,000 international child advocacy award. Nomination deadline is Monday, May 14, 2001.

Esperanza exists to help meet the needs of communities in Latin America.

The next wave of young African American students to gain an insightful and working knowledge of investments, finance and wealth creation will launch their participation in the Chicago Urban League's Youth Investment/Youth Entrepreneur Project (YIP/YEP) during an orientation on Saturday, January 1