Boston es mi Ciudad – Boston is my City

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August 3, 2013
According to statistics, there are 42,000 Latinos in Boston who are eligible to vote, but only half of them are registered. Also on average, only 50% of the registered voters actually go to the polls. Now, a new local effort called “Boston es mi ciudad” (Boston is my city) is trying to change this around. The effort is spearheaded by ¿OISTE?, a non-profit organization that’s trying to create a political voice for the Latino community in the state of Massachusetts, educating Latinos on the importance of voting and becoming more involved in the political process. On this edition of Centro, WBZ’s Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks with the organization’sExecutive Director, Alejandra St. Guillen. Tune in!

WBZ TV'S YADIRES NOVA-SALCEDO & ALEJANDRA ST. GUILLEN 2

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¿Oiste?
“Boston es mi Ciudad”
617-426-6633
Civic Education Initiative:
www.oiste.net
Latino Political Organization:
www.voteoiste.com
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