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If We Want to Win: A Latine Vision for a New American Democracy (Hardcover)

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By Diana Campoamor (Editor)
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An urgent, provocative collection of essays from Latinx thought leaders heralding a more inclusive vision of America's future

Latinx people make up the second-largest ethnic and racial group in America, with a population of over sixty million. They have been integral to shaping the country's economy, culture, and politics, and their influence and power continue to grow at all levels of civic life. Yet their diversity remains misunderstood, their contributions ignored, their concerns overlooked.

If We Want to Win brings together twenty leading figures involved in issues that affect the Latinx community, to lay out a vision for the future of American democracy, drawing on their experience and expertise in areas ranging from the arts, juvenile justice, women's rights, and education, to environmental justice, racism, human rights, immigration, technology, and philanthropy.

Each contributor tells his or her own story alongside stories of the resilience and hope they have encountered over the course of their careers, debunking the stereotyping and scapegoating that continue to plague the Latinx community and seeking a more accurate portrayal of themselves and their communities. While questioning what it means to be Latinx and what it means to be American in the twenty-first century, this inspiring, visionary collection offers a blueprint for moving the United States toward a more inclusive and just democracy.

About the Author


Diana Campoamor is the founder of Nuestra America Fund (NAF), an initiative focused on documenting Latino leadership and best practices in philanthropy. Prior to NAF, she served as president of Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) for nearly twenty-seven years. She lives in San Francisco.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781620976807
ISBN-10: 1620976803
Publisher: New Press
Publication Date: November 2nd, 2021
Pages: 288
Language: English