What do you think about LA RAZA and State Farm Insuranse teaming together to….?

help solve the Latino Dropout Rate? State Farm has provided NCLR a $ 3 million education grant to help in their goals to promote excellence in students, increase Latino graduation rates, and close the achievement gap nationwide. LA RAZA is constantly accused of being a racist exremist group that supports illegal immigration, but could it be that the people who run such a big corporationg like State Farm, know what LA RAZA is really about? What do you think LA RAZA helping Latinos succeed to help build a better America?

http://www.nclr.org/content/news/detail/54206/
STATE FARM® BOOSTS COMMITMENT TO SOLVING LATINO DROPOUT RATE

BLOOMINGTON, IL. OCT. 2, 2008—State Farm Insurance ® is empowering Latino students, teachers and administrators today to help solve the dropout rate. Through a $ 3 million education grant to the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), State Farm will help NCLR in their goals to promote excellence in students, increase Latino graduation rates, and close the achievement gap nationwide. Approximately 2.9 million Latinos are enrolled in U.S. high schools—representing 17% of all secondary public school students—and are less likely than their non-Hispanic peers to complete high school.

The grant, paid over a three-year period, marks the first major contribution to NCLR’s Campaign for Stronger American Communities intended to strengthen the organization’s Affiliates, improve its programmatic outreach, and enhance its effectiveness and impact by strategically focusing financial, human and technical resources in the field on issues of strategic importance to Latino communities across the U.S., such as education. To support this work, NCLR is raising $ 15 million over the next three years.

“State Farm is a long-time partner of NCLR and has worked with us to strengthen Latino communities by supporting our education programs,” said Janet Murguía, NCLR President and CEO. “This latest commitment takes that work to a new level and supports our outreach efforts through our nearly 300 Affiliates. We’re excited by the prospective impact these grants will have on decreasing school dropout rates and building future leaders.” NCLR’s Affiliates reach throughout 41 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia.
Docar, if the illegals were given licenses, we wouldn’t have a lot of uninsured motorist in America.
http://www.totalimmigrationlaw.com/articles-north-carolina-illegal-immigrants-driving-policy.aspx
Ban on Licenses for Illegal Drivers Has Unintended Consequences

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