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Published on Dec 27, 2013
October 11, 2010: Nixon White House and campaign officials discuss how President Nixon counted Mexican Americans in the U.S. Census for the first time in history, and contributed to the economic and political development of America's Latino community.
Location: Richard Nixon Presidential Library
Participants: Martin Castillo, Deputy Director of the United States Commission on Civil Rights and first Chairman of the Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish-Speaking People; Carlos Conde, White House Staff Assistant for Communications and Hispanic Affairs Henry Ramirez (moderator), Chairman of the Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish-Speaking People; G.G. Garcia, Associate Director of the Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish-Speaking People; David Gonzales, early pioneer in Hispanic Voter Outreach; Manuel Oliverez, Director of Policy Programs for the Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish-Speaking People; Theresa Avillar Speake, Nixon Administration Official with National Economic Development Association (NEDA); Stuart Spencer, Consultant to President Nixon, Ford and Reagan.
Organized by Nixon White House Associate Director Geoffrey C. Shepard, the forums are co-sponsored by the National Archives and the Richard Nixon Foundation. * * * * *
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