Preview: Journal of Hispanic Policy Volume 32

The Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP) is the oldest student-run academic journal at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government (HKS), and one of the premier publications in the nation focused on the public policy issues that impact the U.S. Latina/o community.

The theme of the 2020 volume, “Latinx Power and Representation,” will highlight timely policy issues at the center of Latinx and Hispanic political and cultural power. The volume intends to offer a perspective on the challenges and opportunities facing different groups within the Latinx community to achieve, reclaim, and exercise power in today’s context.

Check out a Preview of Volume 32 below.

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  • Interview with California’s first Latinx Secretary of State
  • Commentary
    • Be Counted in Our Democracy: 2020 Census and the Latinx Community, Teresa Acuña
    • Why the Supreme Court’s DACA decision will determine whether people like me matter, Antonio Arellano
  • Features
    • Still Unrepresented: A 10-year look at the diversity crisis on Capitol Hill, Congressional Hispanic Staffer Association (CHSA)
    • The Unfolding of Latinx Political Power in Nevada: Doubling Down on Urban Education Policy, Dr. Magdalena Martinez

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