Latino Economic Agenda:
A Latino Perspective on
US Domestic Economic Policy


10 Priorities That Define A Latino Perspective on US Domestic Economic Policy

  1. Advance macroeconomic stability and long-term growth with a balanced monetary policy that prioritizes maximum employment for low wage workers as well as with predictable and fair immigration and trade policies.
  2. Support economic mobility for working class people through equitable tax, health care and education policies.
  3. Address the nation’s affordable housing crisis by increasing access to affordable homeownership and rental housing.
  4. Strengthen neighborhoods through place-based investments that advance equitable economic opportunity and preserve cultural integrity.
  5. Invest in public transportation infrastructure that connects workers to centers of employment and health care resources.
  6. Promote a vibrant and fair financial services marketplace by managing systemic risk, ensuring strong consumer financial protections, and promoting diversity in institutional governance.
  7. Catalyze small business growth by increasing access to capital and business development services for underserved small business owners & entrepreneurs.
  8. Prepare workers to succeed in a changing economy with relevant workforce development strategies and enforcement of workplace safety
  9. Invest in Puerto Rico with a Marshall Plan-like investment in housing, economic development, and local government capacity building.
  10. Strengthen rural America by improving economic opportunities for diverse populations.

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Community Council of Idaho, Inc Caldwell, Idaho

Community Council of Idaho, Inc Caldwell, Idaho

Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

Centro Campesino Florida City, Florida

Estolano Advisors Los Angeles, California

Adults and Youth United Development Association San Elizario, Texas

Adelante Mujeres Forest Grove, Oregon

Huerto de la Familia Eugene, Oregon

NEWSED Community Development Corporation Denver, Colorado

Community Lending Works Springfield, Oregon

Foundation Communities Austin, Texas

Amigos Del Valle, Inc. Edinburg, Texas

Opening Doors, Inc. Sacramento, California

P3 CDC San Antonio, Texas

So Cal CDC Mission Hills, California

Agriculture & Land-Based Training Association (ALBA) Salinas, California

Centro Hispano Knoxville, Tennessee

United Migrant Opportunity Services/UMOS Inc. Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Centro Community Partners Oakland, California

East LA Community Corporation Los Angeles, California

Community Services Unlimited Inc. Los Angeles, California

Growing Together Tulsa, Oklahoma

CHISPA Salinas, California

Mandela Partners Oakland, California

Community Resources and Housing Development Corporation Westminster, Colorado

Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Avenue Houston, Texas

IBA-Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion Boston, Massachusetts

California Reinvestment Coalition San Francisco, California

The Pete C. Garcia Victoria Foundation Inc PHOENIX, Arizona

NEO Hispanic Center for Economic Development Cleveland, Ohio

La Casa De Don Pedro Newark, New Jersey

Affordable Homes of South Texas, Inc. McAllen, Texas

Latin American Economic Development Association, Inc. Camden, New Jersey

Democracy at Work Institute Oakland, California

Bankers Small Business CDC of California San Diego, California

Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs Cleveland, Georgia

cdcb | come dream. come build. BROWNSVILLE, Texas

Avenida Guadalupe Association San Antonio, Texas

Latino Leadership, Inc. Orlando, Florida

ASSETS Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Westside Housing Organization Kansas City, Missouri

Community First Fund Lancaster, Pennsylvania

FINANTA Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Rural Community Development Resources Yakima, Washington

Ventures Seattle, Washington

Del Norte NDC Denver, Colorado

Latino Business and Economic Development Center at Ferris State University Grand Rapids, Michigan

Rural Neighborhoods, Incorporated Florida City, Florida

Micro Enterprises Resources Initiatives and Training Salem, Oregon

Farmworker Housing Development Corporation Woodburn, Oregon

Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation Ventura, California

Southside First Economic Development Council San Antonio, Texas

Neighborhood Housing Services of Dimmit County, Inc. Carrizo Springs, Texas

Hispanic Unity of Florida, Inc. Hollywood, Florida

El Centro de la Raza Seattle, Washington

Mexican American Unity Council, Inc. San Antonio, Texas

Asociacion Puertorriqenos En Marcha, Inc. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Homewise Santa Fe, New Mexico

NeighborWorks Laredo LAREDO, Texas

La Union Del Pueblo Entero (LUPE) San Juan, Texas

La Cocina San Francisco, California

CASA Langley Park, Maryland

Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union Brooklyn, New York

PeopleFund Austin, Texas

BCL of Texas Austin, Texas

San Antonio for Growth on the Eastside ( SAGE) San Antonio, Texas

Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama Birmingham, Alabama

TELACU Los Angeles, California

Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio (CLUES) St Paul, Minnesota

LiftFund San Antonio, Texas

Azteca Economic Development and Preservation Corporation Laredo, Texas

Chicanos Por La Causa Phoenix, Arizona

Mission Economic Development Agency San Francisco, California

Mi Casa, Inc. Washington, DC, Washington

The Resurrection Project Chicago, Illinois

New Economics for Women Los Angeles, California

Tierra del Sol Housing Development Corporation Las Cruces, New Mexico

Latino Economic Development Center (Washington, DC) Washington, DC, Washington

LEDC - MN Minneapolis, Minnesota

Conexion Americas Nashville, Tennessee

Opportunity Fund San Jose, California

Esperanza Peace and Justice Center San Antonio, Texas

The Next Door, Inc. Hood River, Oregon

Proyecto Azteca, Inc San Juan, Texas

Bienestar Hillsboro, Oregon

Hispanic Economic Development Corporation Kansas City, Missouri

Neighborhood Housing Services of San Antonio San Antonio, Texas

Branches, Inc. Miami, Florida