Publishers from all over the United States met this week in Washington D.C. for their annual National Association of Hispanic Publications Legislative Summit, an event that has taken place for nearly twenty consecutive years.
The NAHP Legislative Summit provides an opportunity for the publishing, editorial and advertising leadership of NAHP member publications from across the country to engage in dialogue with government, civic, and corporate leaders in Washington regarding the critical issues affecting Hispanics, the publishing industry and small-business owners.
Educational seminars and networking events for the membership will lead up to meetings with key Legislators on Capitol Hill and the recognition of lawmakers who consistently support print media and small business development.
The 2024 election will have several high-impact stakes such as reproductive and LGBT rights. Not to mention economic issues such as inflation and gas prices. That’s why Hispanic publishers are getting ready so their readers can have the best information when they cast their votes.
NAHP, Inc. is a non-partisan trade advocacy organization representing the leading Spanish language publications serving 41 markets in 39 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, with a combined circulation of over 23 million.
NAHP was founded in 1982 to promote Spanish language publications, the most effective medium to reach the fast-growing Hispanic community. Membership is open to Spanish-language and Hispanic-owned newspapers, magazines, and related media as well as businesses that offer products and services to this market throughout the United States.