We are announcing the official launch of our website at https://calo.org/
It is time to expand our notion of equity and systems change to fully embrace and support the fundamental role that Latino media plays in our civic and social infrastructure.
Researchers at UCLA’s Latino Policy & Politics Institute released a report this month that analyzed appointees across California’s executive branch, including those on the state’s governing boards, commissions and departments. The report found that Latinos make up 18% of appointees from the governor and legislative leaders even though Latinos are 39% of the state population. Whites are over-represented at 36% of the state population but 48% of all appointees.