Our Mission

Through advocacy and analysis, the Forum builds a foundation for equity, justice and economic prosperity for the Latino community. By catalyzing policy change, the Forum works to improve education outcomes, advocate for affordable housing, promote just immigration policies and strengthen community leadership.

RT @RepChuyGarcia: This morning I joined @JDBalartMSNBC to discuss the urgent need to end Title 42. We also discussed immigration reform le…
On April 30th, we celebrated Children's Day. In honor of this holiday, we celebrate five gains from the Illinois fiscal year 2023 budget that benefit Latino and English Learner children across our state. https://t.co/bwOyxVgJAU
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"Coronavirus tests taken by Latinos also have come up positive nearly 46% of the time, according to an analysis of data from the Illinois Department of Public Health carried out by the Latino Policy Forum."

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What is the “Lost Years” Gap? Years of Potential Life Lost for Latinos and Black Communities Webinar