The National Institute for Latino Policy, Inc.

The National Institute for Latino Policy publishes a wide range of reports on issues affecting the Latino community. Below is only an illustrative selection. This section is under construction and additional publications will be added over time.

NiLP Reports and iReports
National Latino Opinion Leaders Survey: March 2017
   Latino Leaders on Trump
The Latino Vote (PowerPoint)​
   Presentation to Manhattan Borough President's 
   Hispanic Heritage Month Forum (Sept 28, 2016)
National Latino Opinion Leaders Survey: Sept 2016
   . . . on the Presidential Election and the Media (Sept 22, 2016) 
Latino Politics and the 2016 NYS Legislative Primaries
   By Angelo Falcón, The NiLP Report  (September 14, 2016)
Puerto Ricans and Other Latinos in the City University 
of New York (CUNY)
   By Angelo Falcón, The NiLP Report  (September 7, 2016)
​National Latino Opinion Leaders Survey: August 2016
   . . . on the Presidential Election (August 28, 2016)
   . . . on Hate Speech and the Media (August 29, 2016) 
National Latino Opinion Leaders Survey: July 2016
   . . . on Black Lives Matte(July 19, 2016)
   . . . on the Presidential Election (July 21, 2016)
   . . . on Mobilizing the Diaspora on the Puerto Rico 
          Debt Crisis  (July 22, 2016)
Latino Opinion Leaders on the Presidential Election 
(National Latino Opinion Leqaders Survey)" 
   By Angelo Falcón, The NiLP Report (May 29, 2016) 
"Toward a Chronology of Stateside Puerto Rican
National Mobilizations" 
   By Angelo Falcón, The NiLP Report (May 20, 2016)
"Congressional Districts with Largest Puerto Rican Populations"
   By Angelo Falcón, The NiLP Report (May 31, 2016)
Puerto Rico Crisis Teach-In Presentation (PowerPoint)
The NiLP Statistical Abstract of Latin NYC
Maintaining White Male Privilege in NYC 
   Government? (Feb. 4, 2016)
NYC Mayor de Blasio Losing Latino Support (August 7, 2015)
National Latino Opinion Leaders Survey: April 2015
   Part 1: The 2016 Presidential Election
   Part 2: Public Policy Issues
   Part 3: U.S.-Latin American Relations
   Part 4: Race, Criminal Justice and the Census
   Part 5: President Obama and Latino Leadership
Results of NYC Latino Opinion Leaders Survey - March 2015
Obstacles to the 2014 Latino Vote (PowerPoint)
Interview with Former Ford Foundation President, Luis Ubiñas
Latino Politics and the Rangel-Espaillat Primary: 
   A Preliminary Post-Mortem
The NiLP Primary Primer: New York's 13th Congressional
   Democratic Primary
NYC Council Speaker Mark Viverito and Latino Politics
Latino Opinion Leaders on National Politics
Latino Opinion Leaders on Immigration Reform
Latino Opinion Leaders on Obamacare
Latinos and the NYC Mayoral Race: Exploring the Issues
NiLP Survey of NY Latino Opinion Leaders: Mayoral 
  Preferences and Latino Influentials 
NiLP Survey of NY Latino Opinion Leaders: Corruption
The Latino Philanthropic Agenda
Latino Experts Directory 
Latinos and NYC Districting 
Latino Preferences for 2013 NYC Mayoral Race 
The Vanishing Puerto Rican Student at CUNY
A​ Boricua Game of Thrones?​
Stateside Puerto Rican Activists Survey (2006)

Vintage Reports
Atlas of Stateside Puerto Ricans​
The Need for More Hispanic Judges
Detras Pa'lante: The Future of Puerto Rican History in NYC
The Diaspora Factor in American Politics
Latino NYS Government Employment 1989-2009
Puerto Rican Political Participation: New York and Puerto Rico

NiLP Latino Datanotes 
A Socioeconomic Profile of Latinos in New York State
Latino-Owned Business Growth Outpaces Total U.S. Business Growth
The Illusion of Inclusion? President Obama's Latino Political Appointments
Still at the Margins: Latinos in the New York Municipal Work Force
   By Angelo Falcón, The NiLP Report (November 19, 2015)
NYC Mayor de Blasio's Latino Appointments: Despite Slight Uptick, 
   Latinos Remain Most Underrepresented (July 20, 2015)
Share of NYC Mayor de Blasio Latino Appointments Continues
   to Decline, Now only 10 Percent: March 19, 2015
Extreme Latino Underrepresentation in NYS Government: 2014 (Jan. 8, 2015)
NYC Mayor de Blasio Latino Appointments Update (Nov. 17, 2014)
Latino Underrepresentation in New York State Government Employment
The 2014 Latino Midterm Electorate in New York State
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio's Latino Appointments: An Update (Sept. 25, 2014)
The Marginalization of Latinos from the NYC Government Workforce
Latinos and NYC Mayor-Elect de Blasio's Transition Team
Latino Federal Employment Stats FY2012
Latinos and NYC Mayor Bloomberg: A Diversity Cover-up?
Latino Voting and Registration - November 2012
2010 Latino Economic Indicators
Latino Economic Distress - 2010 Poverty Rates 
Notable Latino Deaths in 2012
The Latino Vote 2012 Exit Poll Profile 
The Puerto Rico Vote for Governor and Political Status
Salvadorans Outnumber Dominicans for First Time? 
NYC Poll Coverage Ignores Black and Latinos 

NiLP Commentaries|Guest Commentaries
"Latinos and President Trump"
   By Angelo Falcón, The NiLP Report (November 9, 2016)
"Defending Our Island's History:
On The War Against "War Against All Puerto Ricans" 
   By Nelson A. Denis, The NiLP Report (November 3, 2016)
"The Diaspora Puerto Rican vs. the Isleño: 
A Look at Cultural Relativism and Ethnocentrism Upon 
Self-Determination Views" 
   By Eric Medina, The NiLP Report (October 24, 2016)
"Latinos and the Presidential Transition Process" 
   By Angelo Falcón, The NiLP Report (October 30, 2016)
"Re-Colonization of Puerto Rico and the PR Parade: 
The Colonial Mentality of Puerto Rican Elites" 
   by Howard Jordan, The NiLP Report  (June 2, 2016)
The Puerto Rican Debt Crisis Twilight Zone
Addressing the Puerto Rico Debt Crisis: The Need for Philanthropic Investment
The Puerto Rico Debt Crisis: Why Congress is Responsible
Puerto Ricans and the 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965
Stop Pissing on Us! Trickle-Down Progressivism and New York's Latino Community
The Fall of Sheldon Silver: A Silver Linings Playbook for Latinos?

Toward a New Immigration Reform Strategy Series:
     Introduction by Angelo Falcón
     Looking Beyond 2014 by Janet Murguia
     The Militarization of the Border by Juan Cartagena
     Latino Declaration of Independence from the Democratic Party by Armando Vazquez-Ramos
     The Fork on the Path to Immigration Reform by Angelo Falcón    

Beyond the New York DREAM Act
The Unhealthy Hispanic Federation-Luis Miranda Connection
Puerto Rico's Economic Crisis: Living Between Detroit and Argentina?
Immigration Reform and the Latino Civil Rights Movement: 
   Are They Now in Conflict?
The "Reconquista" of El Diario-La Prensa?
PBS's Latino Americans Documentary: A Review
Trayvon's Legacy
The Bernardo Vega Memoirs Mystery
Iraq, Afghanistan and the War at Home
On the Responsibility of the Latino/a Scholar
Latino 2012, The Year in Review 
A Subdued Look at the 2012 Latino Vote 
Latino Conservativism and the Future of Latino Politics 
The Rubio Factor in Latino Politics
Dominican Americans - Progress and Challenges 
The End of El Diario-La Prensa? 
Growing Latino Political Power in NYC?
Ben Affleck's "Argo" and the Mexican-American Image
Obama and Dominicans
The Garifuna-Americans of New York
Eastvale, CA: Latino Upper Middle Class City

NiLP in the News

"How a Trump Presidency Will Affect New York City" 
   By Jeff Mays, DNAinfo New York (November 3, 2016)
"Why 2016 is the Year Latino Voters Are Showing Up" 
   by Phineas Rueckert, Beyond Chron (October 27, 2016)
"Mothers of the Movement Support Clinton, But Calls 
for More Concrete Changes Continue"
   By Jeff Mays, News One (July 28, 2016)
“Why Some NYC Latinos are Backing Donald Trump” 
   By Deborah Cruz, City Limits (July 21, 2016)
“Dominican Ascending: Adriano Espaillat and the Future of Dominican Politics” 
   By Angelo Falcón, City $ State Slant (July 24, 2016)  
"Beyond PROMESA? The Prospects of Puerto Rican Self-Determination" 
   By Angelo Falcón, NBC News (June 17, 2016)
"Why Our Politics Are What They Are: The View From 3 Generations" 
   By NPR Staff, National Public Radio (june 3, 2016)
"Puerto Rican Debt Crisis Angers, Saddens Nuyoricans and Boricuas" 
   By Sheila Anne Feeney, amNewYork (May 18, 2016)
"Latinos and The Presidential Election: The Need for A New Political Script?"
   By Angelo Falcón, Beyond Chron (May 10, 2016)
"How Donald Trump Further Divided Two Major Latino Business Groups" 
   By CNN Wire (April 24, 2018)
"Puerto Rico Passes Emergency Law Allowing a Halt on Debt Payments: The 
   move shields public services, pressures Congress, and may face lawsuit" 
   By Jule Pattison-Gordon, The Bay State Banner (April 14, 2016)
"The Elusive Nature of the Hispanic Category" 
   By Shavon Bell, The Brown Political Review (AprilL 2, 2016)
"Latino Millennial Voters: Get Ready To Send A Message" 
   By Sabrina Vourvoulias, Al Dia (March 22, 2016)
"In The Room Where It Happens (Lin-Manuel Miranda)" 
   By Mark Chiusano, amNewYork (March 18, 2016)
"Rubio, Cruz and the Politics of Latino Authenticity" 
   by Angelo Falcón, Beyond Chron (February 16, 2016)
"Latinos aren’t excited about Cruz and Rubio" 
   By Esther J. Cepeda, San Antonio Express-News (February 11, 2016)
"Extra! Extra! (El Diario-La Prensa)"
   By Mark Chiusano, amNewYork (January 29, 2016)
"America’s Oldest Spanish-Language Newspaper Struggles for Survival:
   El Diario/La Prensa lays off staff and cuts page count to stay alive" 
   By Roqie Plana, Huffington Post (January 15, 2016)

"For Some New York Latinos, Enthusiasm for de Blasio Gives Way to Frustration"
   By Nikita Stewart, New York Times (August 27, 2015)
"New York Boricuas react to island’s crushing debt"
   By Kate Kilpatrick & Azure Gilman, Al Jazeera (July 13, 2015)
"A Puerto Rican Luminary Emerges, Piece by Glistening Piece" 
   By David Gonzalez, New York Times (July 5, 2015)
"For New York Puerto Ricans, debt crisis begins to hit home" 
   By Edward McAllister and Sebastien Malo, Metro (July 2, 2015)
"Immigration News Today: NBC Universal Severs Ties with 
   Donald Trump After Nearly 40 Latino Groups Speak Out" 
   By Michael Oleaga, Latin Post (June 29, 2015)
"Puerto Rico's Fiscal Crisis is America's Colonial Crisis" 
   By Angelo Falcón, City & State (June 20, 2015)
"Under Control: How Mayoral Control Became Inevitable" 
   By Sarina Trangle, City & State (June 14, 2015)
Lacking Latinos: Angelo Falcón on Latinos and NYC Mayor de Blasio (Video)
   City&State TV (Aired on February 20, 2015)
Taking Latinos For Granted ... Again: Cuomo's Inaugural Address
   By Angelo Falcón, City and State (January 11, 2015)

New NYPD Deputy Commissioner Gets Tepid Response From Black, Latino Leaders
   By Jeff Mays, DNAinfo New York (November 6, 2014)
Federal Inaction on Immigration May Affect Latino Voter Turnout
   by Julianne Hing, Colorllines (November 4 2014)
Latinos Occupy Brooklyn Borough Hall!,
   LatinTrends (November 5, 2014)
Las elecciones no ofrecen alternativas para los latinos, según expertos, 
   Noticias Univision (EFE) (November 3, 2014)
Nonprofit Watchdog Counts on De Blasio 
   for Latino Gov’t Appointments 
   by Rick Cohen, Nonprofit Quarterly (October 28, 2014)
Latinos Under-Represented In Cuomo Administration: Study
   By Carl Campanile, New York Post (October 27, 2014)
Latino Leader Rips De Blasio Over Lack Of Hispanic Appointments 
   By Carl Campanile, New York Post (October 21, 2014)
Cuomo Woos Latino Voters With Trip to Caribbean: 
   Visits Come as the Democratic Governor Seeks Re-Election
   By Erica Orden, Wall Street Journal (October 17, 2014)
Immigration Reform 2014 News: Latino Groups Step up Voter 
   Registration Efforts Over Congressional Inaction 
   By Rebecca S. Myles, Latin Post (September 26, 2014)
Toward a New Immigration Reform Strategy: 
   Where Do Latinos Go From Here? 
   By Angelo Falcón, La Prensa San Diego (Sept. 12, 2014)
Eligen en NY a candidatos demócratas para comicios de noviembre 
   Por EFE, Noticieros Televisa ( 9 de septiembre 2014)
Do We Need to Reassess Our Immigration Reform Strategy? 
   By Angelo Falcón, The Hartford Guardian (Sept. 4, 2014)
Do We Need to Reassess Our Immigration Reform Strategy? 
   By Angelo Falcón, New America Media (Sept. 3, 2014)
Does democracy work if your politician is a no-show? 
   By Brian Mann, North Country Public Radio (August 21, 2014)
Hindsight on Redistricting: Rangel Won, Did Voters? 
   By Ed Morales, City Limits (August 7, 2014)
The Crisis in El Diario Comes to a Head, 
   The NiLP Network on Latino Issues (June 22, 2014) 
Is Immigration Drowning Out Other Latino Issues? 
   By Raul A. Reyes, NBC News (May 20, 2014)
Tide shifts, and Rangel tries to hang on to his seat 
   By Martha T. Moore, USA TODAY (May 16, 2014)
DREAM Acting? The Failure of the DREAM Act 
and the Future of Latino Politics in New York State 
   By Angelo Falcón, Beyond Chron (April 3, 2014)
Vacant legislative seats hurt minorities, group tells Cuomo
   Legislative Gazette (March 24, 2014)
Soñadores presionan en Albany 
   por Marlene Peralta, El Diario-La Prensa (23 de marzo 2014)
Tensions flare at troubled El Diario 
   By Nicole Levy, Capital New York (Mar. 7, 2014)
Espaillat Backers Accuse Rangel of Fostering 'Tale of Two Harlems' 
   By Jeff Mays, DNAinfo New York (March 4, 2014)
Eyeing diversity in de Blasio administration 
   By Emily NgoNewsday (March 2, 2014)
New York City next in line to issue ID cards to undocumented residents 
   By Cindy Y. Rodriguez, CNN (Feb. 24, 2014)
Proposed Voting Rights Fix May Leave Latinos Vulnerable at Polls 
   By Raul A. Reyes, NBC News (Feb. 13, 2014)
Report Finds Young Latinos Lead The Way Around The Digital Curve
   Fox News Latino (Feb. 13, 2014)
NYC Mayor Proposes ID Cards For Undocumented Immigrants
   NBC News (Feb. 11, 2014)
Polémica por desfile abre la caja de pandora entre líderes boricuas de Nueva York
   EFE (Feb. 11, 2014)
'Hispanic' Or 'Latino'? Polls Say It Doesn't Matter - Usually, 
   All Things Considered, National Public Radio. (Jan 21, 2014)

Latino Nonprofits Blame Mayor's Policies for Struggles, By Marlene Peralta, City Limits (October 21, 2013)
For Carrión, No Debate and Confounded Allies, By David W. Chen, New York Times (October 14, 2013)
Pourquoi n’y-a-t-il pas de candidat latino à la mairie de New York? 
   Por Isabelle Piquer, La Monde Blog (9 octobre 2013)
PBS’ ambitious Latino Americans a mixed bag, educates public on the Latino experience
   The Venture (October 8, 2013)
Latino opinion leaders strongly support Obamacare, VOXXI (October 3, 2013)
How New York City's Latino politics are shifting, By Bruce Wallace,  PRI (September 26, 2013)
Puerto Rico Police Agreement Helps Troubled Department In Long Run: Experts,
   By Andrew O'Reilly, Fox News Latino (July 19, 2013)
Crece con fuerza la diáspora puertorriqueña, Por Jose A. Delgado, El Nuevo Dia (1 de junio 2013)
Puerto Rican Flag on Coors Beer Cans Sparks Outrage, DNAinfo New York (May 26, 2013)
Los Latinos Mas Influyentes en El Estado (Video), NY1 Noticias Pura Política (18 de mayo 2013)
White House Official Cecilia Muñoz Re-emerges As Face Of Immigration Reform Push, 
   FOX News Latino (May 13, 2013)
Inmigrantes con “green card” podrían votar en NYC, El Diario-La Prensa (12 de mayo 2013)
Cero reflejo del carácter boricua, El Nuevo Dia (May 10, 2013)
35 de 51 concejales en NY apoyan derecho al voto para residentes legales permanentes, 
   El Nuevo Diario (8 de mayo 2013)
Census: Over a million more Latinos voted in 2012 than 2008NBC Latino (May 8, 2013)
New Report Details Plans for Low-Wage Worker JusticeVillage Voice (Feb. 14, 2013)
State of the Union: Latino leaders applaud Obama’s agendaVOXXI (Feb. 13, 2012) 
Hispanic may be a race on 2020 censusSan Francisco Chronicle (Feb. 4, 2013) 
National Institute for Latino Policy Celebrates 30th Anniversary
   NY1 News (Jan. 26, 2013)
Peut-on parler de race Latino?, Excite! ACTU (Jan. 25, 2013)
The NiLP Library 
Discussion of the forthcoming book, Latinos in New York: Communities in Transition, with co-editors Gabriel Haslip-Viera and Angelo Falcón on CUNY-TV's City Talk hosted by Doug Muzzio (May 2012). Book co-editor Sherrie Bavor was not in this show.