Conservative Outreach To Hispanics – A Primer
A group of hispanic conservatives sat down and put together a primer on how (and why) conservatives need to engage with the hispanic community. The group was organized by Sam Rosado and Brittney Morrett.
Samuel A. Rosado is a young attorney residing in New Jersey. He served as Executive Director of the Republican Hispanic Assembly of New Jersey in 2010, and has been a freelance contributor and writer on Hispanic issues and engagement for Politic365, The Daily Grito, and Misfit Politics. Follow him on twitter at @sarosado.
Brittney Morrett currently works promoting economic freedom to US Hispanic youth with a non-partisan, non-profit. In the past she has worked for the the Leadership Institute and the Center for a Free Cuba. She has spoken at events and universities across the country on youth and Hispanic outreach. Follower her on twitter at @bmorrett.
I’ve been trying to highlight the need for conservatives (and the GOP) to speak to the hispanic community and this document (available as a .pdf Conservative Outreach to Hispanics – A Primer) does a pretty good job of laying out the framework of how it can be done.
I urge you to read it. No, I insist you read it. This process needs to begin now.