Posted Thursday, October 17, 2013
The Hispanic community is the fastest growing group in the nation. Still, many of Cuyahoga County's 62,000 Latinos say they feel invisible. Their achievements go unnoticed, their struggles unaided. This weekend Hispanic leaders and community members will gather at St. Ignatius High School for the Convencion Hispana. We'll talk about the successes and challenges of Cleveland's Hispanic community.
Jose Feliciano, chairman of Cleveland’s Hispanic Roundtable, partner at Baker Hostetler
Elizabeth Hijar, Convencion Hispana co-chair and consultant at Global Cleveland
Luis Cartagena, Convencion Hispana co-chair and advisor with the Minority Business Development Agency Business Center
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