The National Institute for Latino Policy, Inc.

The NiLP Latino Policy & Politics Report
The National Institute for Latino Policy is publisher of The NiLP Latino Policy & Politics Report, one of the most influential information networks on Latino affairs in the United States.

The NiLP Report acts as a news aggregator, research reporter, blog and events calendar on issues affecting the Latino community in the United States. It has featured original commentaries on a wide variety of political and policy questions by such opinion leaders as Henry Cisneros, Juan Cartagena, Arlene Davila, Moctesuma Esparza, Geraldo Rivera, and others, as well as regular commentaries by NiLP staff and Board members José R. Sánchez, Tanya K. Hernandez, Israel Colon and Angelo Falcón.

The NiLP Report provides breaking news, published opinion pieces, findings of NiLP iReports and Latino Datanotes, and notices of important events. It is also host to other information networks, such as the Latino Census Network and the Latino Voting Rights Network.

To subscribe to The NiLP Latino Policy & Politics Report, click here. Membership is free and your contact information will not be shared with anyone else. For examples of information disseminated through The NiLP Report, click here.  

NiLP President Angelo Falcón discusses Latino community issues on Eldridge & Company hosted by Ronnie Eldridge (April 2011).
The NiLP Network featured in an installment of Average Man: The Comic Strip by Mannny Burgos.