Lopez in DC

  Recently, our very own Raul Lopez, executive director for Latinos for Tennessee, traveled to Washington, DC and attended the White House celebration of Cinco de Mayo. Raul joined top White House staffers, including Communications Director Sarah Huckabee Sanders, for the intimate gathering at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building. Raul also connected with Alexander Acosta, …

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MLK50: Where do we go from here? School choice, religious liberty, and criminal justice reform.

Today is a solemn day in our state and our country’s history as we pause to remember the senseless killing of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Five decades removed from this tragedy; we are still trying to make sense of it all. It brings to mind what Dr. King wrote in 1967: “Where do we …

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Latinos Need Educational Options in Tennessee

Latino families are not satisfied with the educational status quo, and Latinos for Tennessee believes that all Tennessee families should be empowered to find the best education possible for their children. Education policy should feature competition , innovation, and accountability at the state level. All options should have a place in our education system: public, …

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