Hispanic Technology & Telecommunications Partnership
 
 

Our Mission:

Empower.

Hispanic Technology & Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP) ensures that the Latino perspective has a voice at the table by promoting access, adoption, and full utilization, of technology and telecommunications resources by the Hispanic/Latino Community across the United States.

 
 
 
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Our Mission

To promote access, adoption and the full utilization of technology and telecommunications resources by the Hispanic community in the United States through advocacy and by serving as a national voice for Hispanics/Latinos on issues related to technology and telecommunications policy.

 

Our Impact

First formed in 1996, to ensure that the voices of U.S. Latinos were fully represented in policy discussions surrounding the Digital Divide, HTTP believes even more strongly today that Latino voices need to be raised and that policy makers must work to address the concerns of Latinos and other historically underrepresented communities.

 

Nationwide Reach

17 Member Organizations

HTTP is comprised of 17 of the nation’s leading and most respected Hispanic nonprofit organizations. Members share the belief that equitable access to technology and telecommunications is a critical factor in the social, political, and economic advancement of Hispanics/Latinos and other underserved communities.

Thought Leadership

A trusted resource for policy makers

Policy makers can rely on HTTP to provide insight into how telecommunications and technology policy changes impact the Latino community and act as a resource to help ensure the adoption of sound public policy that reduces racial and economic inequalities.

Community Education

23 Years of service

HTTP works to build the capacity of local and national community-based nonprofits as well as strengthen networks with peer institutions, civic leaders, elected officials and other stakeholders to shape technology and telecommunication policies that directly impact the Hispanic/Latino community nationwide.


 

Our Programs

Our culturally inclusive programing includes online trainings, workshops, and policy briefings that facilitate peer learning among allied organizations, as well as individual coaching and technical assistance to member organizations.

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Get Involved

If you are a Latino/a working in tech or have a passion for tech policy (or are tech policy curious), we would love to meet you! Sign up for our newsletter to receive special invitations to events and policy briefings in your area.

 

Stay informed

Join our growing community and help HTTP empower and engage the Latino community in critical telecommunication & technology policy discussions nationwide. Sign up for our newsletter and be the first to receive important policy updates, invites to policy briefings, as well as networking events with other Latino/a policy wonks.

 

Partner with HTTP

Public and private partners are a key component of HTTP's success. Together with our partners, we aim to strengthen the technology and telecommunications policy ecosystem, spark collaboration around key issues between unlikely allies, and support impact-driven public policy solutions.

 

Invite us to speak

HTTP Leadership love to share their knowledge on all things tech policy—We welcome requests for interviews, discussion panels, and intersectional collaboration with mission aligned partners. Whether you are looking to tap into new markets or sourcing opportunities that create inroads for the Latino/a perspective in the tech policy arena we would love to hear from you.

 
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