Our Neighbors, Our Families: A Discussion of the Unique and Common Experiences of the Latino LGBT Community

Please join the Williams Institute and a panel of experts on Capitol Hill for a discussion on the latest demographic data on LGBT Latinos and what it tells us about youth, economic security, and immigration issues facing this population.



Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Rayburn House Office Building
Room 2168

45 Independence Ave.
between South Capitol and 1st Street SW)
Washington, DC 20515
1:00PM – 2:30PM





With Welcoming Remarks From:

The Honorable Raúl Grijalva (D-AZ 3rd)
The Honorable Linda Sánchez (D-CA 38th)
The Honorable Mark Takano (D-CA 41st)

Suzanne Gamboa (Moderator), Senior Writer, NBCNews.com
Edward Carlson, Policy Analyst, Civil Rights Policy Project, NCLR
Laura Esquivel, President and CEO, Esquivel Strategies and Commissioner, Maryland Civil Rights Commission
Angeliki Kastanis, Policy Analyst, The Williams Institute
Sergio A. Lopez, Director of Latino Programming, Freedom To Marry
Adam Romero, Senior Counsel and Arnold D. Kassoy Scholar of Law, The Williams Institute
Thomas A. Saenz, President & General Counsel, MALDEF

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