Here’s a roundup of the things we have in store for the week ahead
Mon, Oct 22, 2012 – Deadline to register to VOTE in California
Mon, Oct 22, 2012 – Pew Survey & the Latino Vote in 2012
A new Pew Hispanic Center survey, National Survey of Latinos 2012, released on October 11th has been making headlines on major media outlets including the Los Angeles Times, Fox News Latino, and VOXXI.
Mark Hugo Lopez, Associate Director, Pew Hispanic Center along with co-moderators Roberto Suro, Director of the Tomás Rivera Policy Institute, and Paola Fernandez, Political Director of the USC Latino Student Assembly, will be discussing the findings of the report.
RSVP to TRPI@usc.edu
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 – Road to the White House
USC Annenberg’s Center on Communication Leadership & Policy (CCLP) presents a conversation on human trafficking in the 2012 elections featuring: Chris Kelly, the founder of the Safer California Foundation, D’Lita Miller, human trafficking trainer and Family Support and Outreach Coordinator at Saving Innocence, and Lt. (Ret.) John Vanek, an anti-human trafficking consultant and instructor.
The conversation will cover the efficacy of Proposition 35, a California ballot initiative that aims to discourage human trafficking in the state, as well as provide context on the ballot initiative process more broadly.
CCLP research director Mark Latonero will moderate the discussion.RSVP for lunch headcount requested.
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