News Releases


04 October 2022

How To Fix Americans’ Diminishing Access to the Coasts

Americans are gradually losing the freedom to access beaches and coastal areas along the ocean and the Great Lakes, according to a new analysis from the Hispanic Access Foundation and the Center for American Progress…
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03 October 2022

Our Heritage, Our Planet Film Week Announces 2022 Films: Films Will Highlight the Intersection of People of Color, Culture and the Environment

Today, Hispanic Access Foundation announced the full selection of films being shown during Our Heritage, Our Planet Film Week. Featuring more than 40 films, the virtual festival will celebrate life through the stories of Latino,…
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20 October 2022

Hispanic Access’ Statement on Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument Expansion

On October 17, Congressman John Garamendi (D-CA) and U.S. Senator Alex Padilla (D-CA), along with tribal and community leaders, issued a letter calling on President Biden to use his authority under the Antiquities Act to…
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12 October 2022

Hispanic Access’ Statement on Camp-Hale Continental Divide National Monument Designation

Today, President Biden announced the designation of Camp-Hale Continental Divide National Monument, a historic World War II training site located along the Continental Divide. In response to the bill signing, Maite Arce, president and CEO…
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26 October 2022

Hispanic Access’ Statement on Designation of Blackwell School National Historic Site as America’s Newest National Park

On October 18, President Biden designated the Blackwell School site as part of the National Park System and signed the Blackwell School National Historic Site Act. In response to the designation, Maite Arce, president and…
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20 October 2022

Our Heritage, Our Planet Film Week Announces 2022 Award Winning Films

Our Heritage, Our Planet Film Week celebrated its second annual virtual film festival from October 11 to October 14 with more than 40 films and interactive discussions between artists, communities, and decision-makers on environmental topics.…
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