NAHF Reports Featured in Washington Post Article

Posted on February 26, 2013 2 Comments

John DiIulio, University of Pennsylvania professor and noted author on social science, political, and economic issues writes, ”there is one politically salient issue concerning the nation’s large and growing Latino population that neither party’s leadership has fully acknowledged: Latino grassroots groups, neighborhood associations, and faith-based networks do remarkable and remarkably well-documented work, but these organizations may still be getting short shrift when it comes to federal funding and other support.”

DiIulio cites two of the National Alliance for Hispanic Families’ reports, La Diferencia: Grassroots Organizations Uniquely Serving Hispanic Communities through Culturally Relevant, Family Focused Programs  and Beyond the Rhetoric: Improving Service to the Hispanic Community.

Read the entirety of the Washington Post article here.

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