2016 promises to be a pivotal year for Latinos in California.

Having emerged as the state's largest ethnic group, the lationo community's ability to attain a quality education, work in a career suited for the new eceonomy, afford to buy a home and be reflected in our representative government are at a crossroads.

Throughout its history, California has held a place in the country's imagination where dreams could be realized and opporunity abounded. For generations of newcomers to this golden place, California has always delivered on that promise.

Unfortunately for this new generation of Californians, that promise is at risk. Our middle class is shrinking, poverty is increasing, and the gap between the haves and the have-nots is growing. By nearly all indicators, Latinos are disproportionately affected by these trends.

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