Given the way some politicians and pundits talk about the Hispanic community and the way the news media covers issues in the community, it is understandable that many Americans perceive Hispanics only as new arrivals, migrants, and immigrants. And some are. But Hispanics have a long history in what is now the United States. Moreover, that history is replete with instances where the law was used to the detriment of this community and resulted in many of the disparities Hispanics in the US face today. Join us for “Hispanic Heritage Month: The Journey Toward Equity and Inclusion.” This webinar will feature a historic overview of Hispanic history in the US through a lens of law.
- Nora Garrote, Partner, Venable LLP (Ret.)
- Mario E. Martinez, Associate, Haug Partners
- Alan Dorantes, Senior Corporate Counsel, T-Mobile USA Inc.
The program is being offered free of charge to all lawyers and staff for IILP’s Visionary Partners, Partners, and Allies. Unsure if your firm/company supports IILP? Find out here.
The program is open to the public.