September 20, 2009
September 19, 2009
President Obama addressing the crowd at the CHCI Gala 2009 and marking the beginning of Hispanic Heritage month in his Administration
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A Colombian-American comedian, actor, voice actor and producer. John Leguizamo did Roll Call at the CHCI Gala 2009
September 15, 2009
Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis and I
September 14, 2009
CareerLider Ribbon Cutting ; CHC Chair (Rep. Nydia Velazquez-D-NY), CHCI Exec. Dir., Esther Aguilera, CHCI Fellows, and sponsors celebrate this great event for the Latino community.
September 13, 2009
I’ll be covering this year’s Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) conference live from
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To give you some insight about my bias for this great organization; I was a public policy fellow on the Hill through CHCI back in 2007. Thanks to them, I learned a lot about the legislative process at the federal level. They do a great job developing the next generation of Latino leadership in government affairs through their internship and fellowship programs. If you are interested learning more about CHCI’s mission and their programs for Latino/as, check out their website: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
September 10, 2009
Today, I had a wonderful opportunity to mingle with some of
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September 07, 2009
Courtesy pics from Emanuel Pleitez and Tony Woods for Congress
Although Tony came up short this time in his congressional district race, like him, many other young non-white Americans are running for public office even before reaching their 30th birthday. As young brilliant leaders, they are taking up the chance to run for public office in their districts based on the obvious and clear reality of today’s American political condition.
Another example earlier this year was a young prospective running to replace former Rep. Hilda Solis (Now Secretary of Labor) for office in California's 32nd district, Emanuel Pleitez. He also came up short, but now enjoys name recognition and thus a better possibility to win a future election.
It is inevitable to expect that there many others like Tony and Emmanuel all over America, soon following in the same footsteps to run for public office in districts throughout the land; a new generation of Americans is now responding to today’s immense challenges presented to us. Tony and Emanuel represent such role models of new American leadership for others who aspire to do the same in their cities and towns across America. I am sure they will win an elected public office in their districts sooner than later— it is just a matter of time.
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