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National Hispanic Leadership Agenda
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Founded 1991
Founder Henry Cisneros

The National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) is a non-profit leadership association. Established in 1991, the group consists of Hispanic leaders and national organizations throughout the United States.[1] It is a nonpartisan organization that works to identify and analyze public policy issues affecting the Latino community.[2]

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