[video] Latinos Draw California! Redistricting Laws for Equality! // Youtube

Right now, our LATINO VOTE loses POWER in many parts of country due to ‘REDISTRICTING LAWS’.

Join DOLORES HUERTA and our Latino comunidad to help draw fair and equitable maps that capture our immense and growing power in California.

Please watch below a YOUTUBE video to see the challenge, and more important, the solutions for our Community. Si se puede!

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Hello Latino Community, The face of California is changing!

On November 17th, the Latino Community Foundation, in partnership with CalMatters, invite you to Latinos Draw California: Redistricting and the Path to 2022 Midterms.

Join us for an incredible discussion on why redistricting matters to the Latino community, and what you can do to help strengthen our democracy.

Why is this important?

Right now, the political lines that determine who represent us and how we are represented in Sacramento and Washington D.C. are undergoing a once-in-a-decade redrawing through a process known as redistricting.

No group has more at stake in redistricting than California’s Latino community. As the state’s largest ethnic group, our Latino comunidad can help draw fair and equitable maps that capture our immense and growing power in California.

On November 17th, the Latino Community Foundation, in partnership with CalMatters, invite you to Latinos Draw California: Redistricting and the Path to 2022 Midterms.

Join us for an incredible discussion on why redistricting matters to the Latino community, and what you can do to help strengthen our democracy.

Our incredible lineup of speakers include:

  • Dolores Huerta, President and Founder, Dolores Huerta Foundation
  • Ely Flores, Executive Director, Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development (OCCORD)
  • Sonni Waknin, Managing Attorney and Voting Rights Counsel, UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Initiative
  • Sameea Kamal, Reporter & Moderator, CalMatters

You don’t want to miss this great conversation!

You can access the event via Latino Community Foundation’s Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube channels on Wednesday, November 17 at12 PM.

https://www.youtube.com/user/LatinoCF

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