Wednesday, July 14, 2010
NCLR panelists share how social media empowers Latino youth
They were all panelists on a special Líderes Town Hall panel titled "The Online Generation: Limited or Limitless?" which was moderated by Latina Lista over the weekend at the NCLR National Conference held in San Antonio. The NCLR Líderes series targets young people.
NCLR panelists (L-R) Kemi, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, Gaby Pacheco, Victor Sanchez, Andrea Nill and Omar Gallaga.
Omar Gallaga -- technology reporter for the Austin American-Stateman; Gaby Pacheco -- one of the Trail of DREAM walkers who walked from Miami to DC to ask the President to pass a moratorium on student deportations; Kemi -- co-founder of DREAMActivist.org; Victor Sanchez -- president of the UC Student Association; Andrea Nill -- researcher-blogger at ThinkProgress.org and San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro discussed the impact of social media.
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