Thursday, November 15, 2007

About La Nueva Raza

La Nueva Raza is a volunteer project.

Views expressed in this publication are not necessarily the views of the staff and other agents associated with La Nueva Raza.

La Nueva Raza is a volunteer project.

The primary purpose of La Nueva Raza is to address all aspects of Chicano/Latino/Indigena affairs. Through its articles, commentaries, editorials, and other writings, La Nueva Raza encourages discussion, dialogue, and debate over the issues, events, politics, culture, and conditions relevant to this community. La Nueva Raza embraces advocacy journalism, and subsequently publishes articles that focus on social justice, empowerment, community building, human rights, culture, and educational development of the Chicano/Latino community at the local, state, and national levels. The purpose of La Nueva Raza is to convey an independent and progressive discourse and to offer solutions for the challenges facing this community. La Nueva Raza is committed to expressing the voice of the people through its analysis, investigative reporting, interviewing, and other coverage.

La Nueva Raza also sponsors symposiums, leadership institutes, public discussions, summits, and other events relating to the Mexicano and Latino experience in the U.S. It is through these events that La Nueva Raza promotes leadership development, cultural and political awareness, and a more active, informed, and empowered community.