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CHCI ANNOUNCES 41ST ANNUAL GALA TALENT, RUBÉN BLADES

CHCI ANNOUNCES 41ST ANNUAL GALA TALENT, RUBÉN BLADES

This Hispanic Heritage Month, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) celebrates its signature Leadership Conference and 41st Annual Awards Gala honoring Latino community trailblazers and celebrating Latino contributions to this great country.  This year’s Gala will feature a special performance by award-winning artist, Rubén Blades as the entertainment finale. In…

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CHCI And Others Continue To March

CHCI and Others Continue to March

This past Sunday, CHCI gathered in Tornillo, Texas supporting Voto Latino and a resolute congregation of citizens, community members, elected officials, celebrities and advocates demanding accountability and for the immediate reunification of children with their families who were inhumanly separated due to the “Zero-Tolerance” policy. Inspired and not backing down,…

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Michele Bobadilla, Jorge Ramos To Be Awarded Medallion Of Excellence

Michele Bobadilla, Jorge Ramos to be awarded Medallion of Excellence

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute will recognize journalist Jorge Ramos and educator Michele Bobadilla at the organization’s 41st Annual Awards Gala. The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) will honor longtime, decorated Univision anchor Jorge Ramos and Michele Bobadilla, University of Texas Arlington Senior Associate Vice President for Outreach Services &…

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CHCI CEO Featured On Latino Magazine

CHCI CEO featured on Latino Magazine

Fostering the#Heretolead Generation The challenges our country faces—Latino and immigrant communities in particular—are too complex and convoluted for any one group to tackle alone. Our nation now more than ever needs leadership and perspective that mirrors our increasingly diverse population and nuanced realities faced by all. Since 1978, the Congressional…

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A Legal Limbo By Luis Epstein

A Legal Limbo by Luis Epstein

Kim had to hide her books. She kept them on the roof of her home in Monrovia, Liberia, out of her abusive half sister’s sight. At six years old, Kim left the coastal town of Lexington, where she had lived with her parents and 16 siblings, to move in with…

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