U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense speak James Saenz speaks at AGIF-Wisconsin and Forward Latino "Out of Many, One: A Salute to the U.S. Military" event. His remarks focused on the vital contributions Hispanic Americans have made throughout our nation's history, the important role we will play in the future, and a call for all to serve either in the military or in our communities. (Watch full remarks)
Forward Latino has been selected by the Hispanic Federation to distribute $1,500,000 in United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm and Food Worker Relief Grants in the state of Iowa. These grants were created to reimburse farm and food workers for personal COVID-19 related expenses they incurred during the pandemic. All eligible workers will receive a one-time benefit of $600. Forward Latino will distribute these grants in partnership with its Iowa affiliates including Latinx Immigrants of Iowa and LULAC Iowa.
Emmy Award-winning Adelante interviews National President Darryl Morin on Forward Latino's innovative 80% Coalition Initiative & the impact it is having in Wisconsin.
Sister Norma Pimentel of Catholic Charities receives a briefing from Pastors that manage the Senda de la Vida refugee camp in Reynosa, Tamaulipas.
From Civil Rights, Civic Engagement, Immigration, DACA, Drivers Permits, Gun Violence Prevention Instate Tuition and Youth Programming, Forward Latino allows our members to focus their efforts on the issues they are most passionate about.
Forward Latino empowers affiliates to inspire and engage communities, strengthen our democracy, improve the lives of working families, protect the environment, and stand up for equality and civil rights. We cultivate, train, and support a diverse national network of Latina/o/x community leaders addressing the civic, economic, and political challenges of the 21st century.