Monthly archives for October, 2008

Lisa Harper will be Hosting a Book Launch at NYU

BOOK LAUNCH: Evangelical Does Not Equal Republican … or Democrat   THIS Wed. October 8th, 6:00-8:00pm @NYU Wagner School of Public Service (Located on the second floor of the Puck Building) 295 Lafayette Street (corner of Houston and Lafayette) Come hear Lisa Sharon Harper and a distinguished panel discuss Evangelical Does Not Equal Republican … or…

Black and Hispanic Caucuses Resisted Pelosi on Bailout

LOS ANGELES — Speaker Nancy Pelosi normally enjoys warm relations with members of the House’s black and Hispanic caucuses, but a large number of them revolted Monday against legislation, which she supported, to rescue the financial industry.  Class differences were laid bare by the vote. Several members of the two all-Democratic caucuses, who are now…

Immigration: the Economy and the Election, 2008 and Beyond

With Hispanics becoming the fastest-growing minority in the United States, their influence in the upcoming elections is expected to be profound, from hot-button issues such as immigration reform to how immigrants will influence and affect our nation’s future. Join us for this important conversation. Julia Preston, New York Times national immigration reporter will moderate this…