The Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP) is a student-run Latino policy review at the Harvard Kennedy School. Founded in 1985, HJHP is HKS's oldest student-run journal and one of the premier publications in the nation focused on public policy issues that impact Latina and Latino communities in the United States and Puerto Rico.
HJHP is nonpartisan and seeks a wide range of submissions for print and web publication. Our website provides a platform for rapid, relevant dissemination of timely policy perspectives, while the annual print edition continues our 30-year tradition of rigorous, peer-reviewed policy research.
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Cambridge, MA – Today, the Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP) announced the contributing authors and titles in Volume 28 of its flagship journal. HJHP is the oldest student-run academic journal at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) and a premier publication focused on the impact of public policy on the Latina/Latino community in the United States and[…]
by Amilcar Guzman This piece was originally published in Huffington Post’s Latino Voices. It has been published here with permission of the author. The original post can be found here. A recent survey from TIAA CREF, one of the leading financial services providers in the United States, indicates that nearly sixty percent of college educated[…]
Jim Carr, HJHP Executive Advisory Board Member and Chair Emeritus leads a study tour for the Smithsonian Resident Associates Program. Titled “Looking for the Roosevelts,” the tour focuses on places and stories in DC associated with FDR, Eleanor, and Theodore Roosevelt. The bandana Jim is wearing is an exact replica of the one worn by the Rough Riders[…]
The Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP) invites established and emerging scholars, including researchers, journalists, artists and/or policy practitioners, to submit their work to HJHP’s online publication. HJHP will accept blog posts, columns/op-eds, book reviews, commentaries, photo essays, video blogs, and artwork for web publication consideration on a rolling basis. All submissions must be the author’s original[…]
Immigration continues to be a highly debated topic in mainstream politics. The rhetoric, however, rarely reflects the lived experiences of immigrants themselves. Unheard Voices will highlight stories and experiences of immigrants and individuals directly affected by immigration (documented and undocumented) within and near our community. The event will focus on the reasons that drive people to migrate, their experiences along the way, and challenges[…]
by Jessica González-Rojas and Patti Tototzintle Jessica González-Rojas and Patti Tototzintle are co-chairs of the Latina Task Force for the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, a coalition of the nation’s 40 preeminent Latino organizations. The Latina Task Force provides analysis of the coalition’s priorities through a gender inclusive lens. Across the country, we all hear the trumpeting of[…]
The Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP) invites established and emerging scholars, including researchers, journalists, artists and/or policy practitioners, to submit their work to HJHP’s 30th Anniversary Special Edition publication. Deadline: October 30, 2015.
Don’t miss this remarkable opportunity to join thousands of viewers from around the country and the world who are tuning in! In addition, CHCI’s health channel will broadcast public policy summits led by trusted voices in the Hispanic community to address critical health issues affecting Latinos in the United States.
Are you a current graduate student in the Harvard or Cambridge area interested in Latino policy issues? Join our team! Come find out about our many opportunities on Wednesday, September 23, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM Taubman 401.
Following a series of meetings and communications with U.S. Latino students and alumni, CPL is committing to develop programming that brings more U.S. Latino voices and issues to the HKS campus. We are taking this opportunity to invite you to consider joining CPL’s U.S. Latino Public Leadership Working Group. If this is a topic of[…]