Working breakfast with Héctor Sánchez

The Fundación Consejo España- EE.UU. had the opportunity to share with Héctor E. Sánchez, Executive Director of the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) and Chair of the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA) an interesting debate about the migratory situation in the United States and the challenges that faces the Latino Community. Hector Sanchez was in Spain presenting the chapter “The U.S. and the Latino Community: reality, challenges and opportunities for a more diverse and inclusive future”

Hector E. Sanchez is an indefatigable voice fighting systematic injustices against Latinos, immigrants and the most vulnerable communities across the nation. Throughout his career, Hector has worked in Labor, human and civil rights, education and non-profit organizations and has vast experience in policy, advocacy, organizing, research and community outreach. He has launched national campaigns to improve the conditions of working families and strengthen their voice on critical issues such as labor rights, women’s rights immigration, civil rights, Farmworkers, health care, education, underrepresentation in government, criminal justice, environment and hate crimes against Latinos. Sanchez is also a strong advocate for vigorous civic participation, having organized and participated in national campaigns to empower Latinos.

The breakfast took place on November 14, at the Intercontinental Hotel Madrid.