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The Tomás Rivera Policy Institute (TRPI), a freestanding, nonprofit, policy research organization, helps shape public policy by providing elected officials and community leaders with non-partisan research. The Institute has published 200 research reports and policy briefs addressing a wide range of topics – from immigration and education to technology, media and employment.
[Their] policy research program is as diverse and dynamic as California itself. Focused on the forces shaping California’s future, our projects cut across a wide range of policy concerns, such as immigration, education, governance, the environment, and economic development.
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"Founded in 1992 by health care providers, consumers and advocates, the Latino Coalition for a Healthy California - the only statewide organization with a specific emphasis on Latino health - impacts Latino health through enhanced information, policy development and community involvement. Three major functions provide essential focus to the organization's work: Public Policy and Advocacy; Community Education; and Research."
"The RWJF Research Network to Prevent Obesity Among Latino Children aims to activate and inform the public, advocacy groups and policymakers targeting Latino childhood obesity. The network is a project of the Institute for Health Promotion Research (IHPR) at The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio."
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