PA Latino Convention Returns with Robust 2021 Event

PA Latino Convention Returns with Robust 2021 Event

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After a canceled 2020 affair, the PA Latino Convention is scheduled for a robust 2021 event in Reading, PA the state’s 5th largest and majority Latino city. The convention is a comprehensive and inclusive event with an agenda covering all aspects of Latino life and progress in the state of Pennsylvania. The discussions and presentations are policy-driven, research-based, and data-oriented to advance the social, cultural, political, economic, and educational status of Pennsylvania’s residents of Latino descent.

Awaiting for official census 2020 numbers to confirm, there are now more than ONE million Latinos in Pennsylvania! The Convention will be the official celebration of this historic fact.”

PA Latino Convention Leaders

The 2021 event will take place during Hispanic Heritage Month at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Reading, PA, from September 28-30.

Tuesday, September 28 includes special pre-convention events. Wednesday, September 29 will host opening ceremonies and full convention day events ending the day with the annual official Hispanic Heritage Month State Dinner Gala & Awards. Thursday, September 30 is the last full day of the convention with workshops, panels, lectures, roundtable, young leaders summit, town halls, and professional networking event celebrating the City of Reading, PA.


Hotel Stay Registration 
If you plan on attending the Convention and need overnight accommodations the PALC has partnered with the DoubleTree By Hilton Reading for convention attendees special rates. Use Group Name: 2021 PA Latino Convention to book your reservation.


Visit the PALC website to stay connected or learn more – www.PaLatinoConvention.com

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