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Angelo Falcon

Angelo Falcon appears in the following:

AG Probes Puerto Rican Day Parade

Friday, February 14, 2014

Angelo Falcón, president and founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy, talks about the Attorney General's investigation into the Puerto Rican Day Parade, and what it could mean for the celebration in June.

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The GOP Primary in Puerto Rico

Friday, March 16, 2012

Angelo Falcón, president and founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy, discusses how Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney have been campaigning for Puerto Rican votes ahead of the GOP primary on Sunday. 23 delegates are at stake.

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NY Redistricting Battles

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Dick Dadey, executive director of public interest watchdog Citizen's Union, and Angelo Falcón, president and founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy, talk about the redistricting fight heating up in Albany.

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The 2012 Latino Vote

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

President and founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy, Angelo Falcón talks about how the GOP candidates and President Obama are courting the Latino vote.

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Puerto Rican Politics

Monday, June 13, 2011

President Obama is visiting Puerto Rico tomorrow. Angelo Falcon, President and Founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy, discusses the significance of the visit and the way changes in Latino demographics will impact the 2012 election.

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Census Releases Numbers

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Angelo Falcón, president and founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy, discusses the national, state, and reapportionment data released by the U.S. Census today.

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First Census Numbers Released

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

The Democratic Midwest and the Northeast lost population, the West and the South gained. There were all these projections that Republicans were going to dominate politics nationally because of that, but it's really hard to make these projections. There's a lot of other factors involved besides population.

- Angelo Falcón, president and founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy, on The Brian Lehrer Show

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Anecdotal Census: Wrap up

Monday, September 06, 2010

Sam Roberts, urban affairs correspondent  for The New York Times, Angelo Falcón, president and founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy, and Andrew Beveridge, professor of sociology at Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center and developer of socialexplorer.com, wrap up our census coverage with a discussion of the overall demographic trends of the last 10 years in the New York City metropolitan area. 

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Anecdotal Census: Wrap up

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Sam Roberts, urban affairs correspondent  for The New York Times,  Angelo Falcón, president and founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy, and Andrew Beveridge, professor of sociology at Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center and developer of socialexplorer.com, wrap up our census coverage with a discussion of the overall demographic trends of the last 10 years in the New York City metropolitan area.

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Census: Race and Ethnicity

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Angelo Falcón, chair of the Census Advisory Committee on the Hispanic Population, and Jeff Yang, the "Asian Pop" columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle and a consumer strategist for Iconoculture, discuss questions 8 and 9 on the U.S. Census form and the complexities around ...

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Hard To Count

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

The Brian Lehrer Show “10 Questions that Count” census project kicks off with a conversation co-produced with Feet in Two Worlds. Turns out, New Yorkers are particularly hard-to-count: today’s guests explore why and what’s being done to reach local immigrant populations. Plus, an interactive look at some ...

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A Momentous Nomination

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

We've been hearing reports all morning that President Obama plans to nominate Bronx native Judge Sonia Sotomayor to the United State Supreme Court. There is already buzz among many within the Latino community about the potentially historic nature of the nomination.

Joining me now to tell ...

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Puerto Rico's Moment in the Sun

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Who would have thought that Puerto Rico would play such a key role in the Presidential race? In anticipation of this Sunday's Democratic primary, Juan Manuel Garcia Pasalacua, journalist and talk show host at WUNO San Juan, and Angelo Falcon, professor at Columbia and President of the ...

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The Fight Over "The War"

Monday, May 07, 2007

Angelo Falcon, president and founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy and member of the Defend the Honor Campaign, says Ken Burns' upcoming documentary "The War" leaves out the Latino community’s contribution to the war effort during WWII.

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