Speaking Latino Truth to Power !

Howard Jordan
Howard Jordan is an impassioned and thought-provoking thinker and speaker on the critical issues of our times from a  progressive  perspective: 

* How the U.S. Constitution protects our freedoms
* Holding Elected Officials accountable
* Celebrating Latino and African Heritages 
* Elections and the Latino vote
* The Immigration Debate
* The importance of Black-Latino relations today
*  Intra-Latino relations: uniting the Latino family

Popular radio host of The Jordan Journal  focusing on issues of importance to progressives and  communities of color

Educator-Scholar, tenured Professor at Hostos Community College in the South Bronx
Advocacy Journalist and commentator, writing for alternative English and Spanish-language media
Attorney and former Appointed Official for the Governor's Committee on Hispanic Affairs and the New York State Assembly Immigration Task Force
Longtime Community Activist in the progressive community.
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​ A Dream Deferred: The Forgotten Promise of Latino Empowerment-
For Puerto Ricans in the white marble halls of Albany, our time had finally come. There I sat in New York State Assembly Speaker Mel Miller’s office at 270 Broadway on a chilly afternoon on March 1987. I was among a group of Puerto Rican legislators discussing the Somos Uno (We Are One) conference. This was to be a statewide gathering of Puerto Ricans and Latinos that would finally put our community on the map. Assembly members, Angelo Del Toro , Héctor Díaz, José E. Serrano, along with me, representing Bronx Assemblyman José Rivera, were discussing with Speaker Miller and his communications director, Eric Schneiderman, details  of what would emerge as the premier annual expression of Latino influence in New York State: the Somos el Futuro conference. http://goo.gl/5lCFP9