The Center for Latino Policy Research
The Center for Latino Policy Research (CLPR) was founded in 1989 in order to address the inequality in educational, political, and economic opportunities that affect the Latino population in the United States. The Center’s goal is to produce and disseminate research that helps to improve public policies that have an impact on life chances for Latinos. Our goal is to increase intellectual activity that promotes equal outcomes for all groups in American society. We do this through our public programming, our internal research projects, and our student leadership development programs. You can learn more about all our activities at clpr.berkeley.edu.
In the last five years, CLPR has hosted more than 80 high caliber speakers, published 50 Policy Briefs and working papers, and posted 20 videos of our speakers and presentations. We also have sponsored numerous students to join bay area organizations engaged in policy work and advocacy. Given the challenges facing our state, CLPR’s policy education, research, and leadership development are more critical than ever. Your support will help us to continue to work to advance equality for Latinos in California and nationally.
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