Annual Report


Annual Report

2012 NCLR Annual Report:  The Rising Latino Impact

NCLR, (April 4, 2013)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

Though the influence of Latinos may have been news to some in 2012, NCLR’s tireless work for nearly half a century has been rooted in the community’s strength.  In its 2012 Annual Report, "The Rising Latino Impact," NCLR shows that mobilizing a community doesn’t stem from senators and presidents—it starts with neighbors, friends, and family speaking out about the issues that affect their daily lives. Read More

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2011 NCLR Annual Report:  50 Million Strong

NCLR, (May 1, 2012)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

Latinos faced epidemic foreclosure rates, record job loss, and discriminatory laws in 2011.  In its 2011 Annual Report, "50 Million Strong," NCLR shares how it strengthens America through advocacy and civic engagement, educational excellence, access to health care, youth leadership, high-quality jobs, and more.  In these pages, NCLR offers stories of its successes as well as the ongoing need for its mission-driven work. Read More

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2010 NCLR Annual Report:  Stronger Together

NCLR, (April 4, 2011)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

NCLR and its Affiliates were at the forefront of some of the most contentious national debates in 2010.  Whether in regard to health care reform or the controversial immigration laws on the rise throughout the nation, NCLR was center stage advocating on behalf of America’s Latinos.  We are proud to share some of these achievements in the 2010 NCLR Annual Report, "Stronger Together."  In these pages, you will read how NCLR’s efforts have bettered lives through education, youth leadership programs, wealth-building, civil rights work, and electoral empowerment, as well as find a snapshot of our national events and the partners... Read More

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2009 NCLR Annual Report:  A New Era of Responsibility

NCLR, (May 18, 2010)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

For more than four decades, NCLR has aimed to better our nation by empowering Latinos at both the local and national levels.  In 2009, NCLR continued to fulfill this mission through its key role in the national civil rights and immigration debates and by promoting educational excellence, economic equality, civic engagement, and social well-being for Latinos throughout the United States.  The 2009 Annual Report, "A New Era of Responsibility," sheds light on how the Hispanic community is faring and presents some of NCLR’s leading policies and programs creating vital change. Read More

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2008 NCLR Annual Report:  Stronger American Communities

NCLR, (April 29, 2009)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

Though 2008 was a year of unprecedented challenge, NCLR responded with leadership, experience, and grassroots strength.  The 2008 Annual Report, "Stronger American Communities," commemorates just a portion of the dedicated advocacy and service that NCLR has accomplished during the past 40 years and continues to carry out daily on behalf of the Hispanic community.  By working to open doors and create opportunities for Latinos, NCLR builds stronger American communities. Read More

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2007 NCLR Annual Report:  A Stronger America Together

NCLR, (April 10, 2008)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

NCLR and its Affiliates faced a relentless series of monumental challenges in 2007.  The theme of the 2007 Annual Report, "A Stronger America Together," represents NCLR’s belief that the well-being of America’s Latinos cannot be improved by one advocate or organization alone.  Fulfillment of NCLR’s mission to improve opportunities for Latinos requires the generous and multifaceted support of many, including our nearly 300 community-based Affiliates along with foundations, corporations, political leaders, and committed individuals across the country. Read More

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2006 NCLR Annual Report:  Stronger Communities, Stronger America

NCLR, (June 18, 2007)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

Every service NCLR provides aims to move the entire nation forward by empowering Latinos to attain new levels of educational, economic, and social well-being.  For almost four decades NCLR has worked at both the local and national levels to build stronger communities and a stronger America. Read More

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2005 NCLR Annual Report:  Advancing Our Nation

NCLR, (September 14, 2006)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

Every service NCLR provides aims to move the entire nation forward by empowering Latinos to attain new levels of educational, economic, and social well-being.  That's why this years report focuses on just that: Advancing Our Nation. Read More

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2004 NCLR Annual Report:  Impact, Vitality, Courage

NCLR, (August 09, 2005)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

The institution of “familia” is and will continue to be a guiding force in our community.  As Janet Murguía became NCLR's new President and CEO, our highest priority was to work on strengthening the relationship NCLR has with its Affiliates, who work we do every day to strengthen families and communities. Read More

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2003 NCLR Annual Report:  From Dream to Reality:  Courage, Commitment, and Determination

NCLR, (May 29, 2004)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

NCLR has long contended that the Hispanic agenda is a quintessentially American agenda.  Despite its diversity, the Hispanic community shares key core values with the majority of Americans—a solid work ethic, personal responsibility, and a high priority on family, patriotism, and spiritualism.  These values contribute to creating a strong, prosperous, and fair society in which all citizens have opportunities to transform dreams into reality.  NCLR’s 2003 Annual Report presents an overview of the work we and our Affiliates have undertaken to make possible a brighter outlook for the nation’s Hispanics.  Indeed, individuals, grassroots organizations, policymakers, and political officials all have... Read More

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2002 NCLR Annual Report:  Investing in America’s Future

NCLR, (May 29, 2003)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

While Latinos have been intrinsically present throughout the history of the United States and for centuries prior to the founding of the nation, 2002 brought unprecedented recognition that the future of America’s Hispanic population is synonymous with the future of America. Read More

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2001 NCLR Annual Report:  Securing the American Dream

NCLR, (May 29, 2002)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

The year 2001 began as a watershed year in the history of Hispanic Americans.  The Census 2000 figures confirmed that the nation’s 35 million Latinos are now the nation’s largest ethnic minority, while highlighting the phenomenal growth of Hispanic populations in cities and towns across the country, particularly in the Southeast and Midwest. Read More

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2000 NCLR Annual Report:  Building on the Strengths of Our Communities

NCLR, (May 29, 2001)

Issue: Annual Report
Publication Type: Annual Report

In 2000, NCLR embarked on a new journey.  We began to implement an organizational strategy that would bring together the skills, disciplines, and strengths of our staff and affiliate network to achieve “macro-level” impact, or produce measurable improvements in the socioeconomic status of Hispanic Americans.  This journey is the result of years of planning and organizational development—the result of community struggle and determination, the result of hard work and lessons learned. Read More

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