MEDIA ADVISORY: 2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall to Empower Young Latinos and their Vision for a Better America at UNLV in Las Vegas on March 2nd

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2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall Tour focuses on unifying Hispanic Communities across America by emphasizing the importance of cultural values to organically define an agenda in order to outwardly gain influence in anticipation the 2012 Presidential Election

2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall

Our Hispanic Cultural Roots Must be Viewed as Sources of Strength, Rather than Barriers to Advancement

Glenn Llopis: Founder/CEO: Center for Hispanic Leadership
Luis Valera: Vice President, Diversity and Government Relations at UNLV
Javier Trujillo: Chairmen for the Latin Chamber of Commerce
Lucero Gomez-Ochoa: UNLV Student / Hispanic Advocate

2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall Tour is a non-partisan initiative aimed to help Hispanics in America understand the responsibility of their voice and authentic identity to cultivate sustainable economic prosperity in the United States.

University, Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV)
4505 S Maryland Parkway (CBC A106)
Las Vegas, NV 89154

March 2, 2012
Press Conference:     5:30pm Pacific Time
Registration check-in: 6:00pm Pacific Time
Town Hall:         6:30pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time

Co-Hosted by:
Center for Hispanic Leadership
Las Vegas Sun
University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Supporting Article:    
The 2012 Presidential Election will be a Defining Moment for the Identity of Hispanics in America


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