Our Policy Priorities
HTTP// members set the technology & Telecommunications policy agenda for the Latino community nationwide. Together they advocate for inclusive public policy that promotes civil rights protections, access to broadband, and increased diversity in media and within the tech workforce.
Collective Action on Issues that Matter
HTTP// was established after passage of the 1996 Communications Act, and has served as the convener of leading national Latino advocates on technology and telecommunications policy issues of national interest.
HTTP works to ensure that Latinos, as one of the largest and fastest growing consumer segments in the country are able to contribute to the marketplace 0f ideas and contribute to the establishment of sound public policy that facilitates greater access, adoption, and opportunity for Latinos in the internet economy. By convening national thought leaders and conducting community education at the local, state and national level, HTTP member organizations champion public policy solutions that address the unique challenges and opportunities faced by the Latino community nationwide.
HTTP is a trusted resource for policy makers and is the leading national voice for anyone looking to understand the complex interactions between public policy and the implications it has for Latino communities and consumers. Issue expertise includes: