The University of Notre Dame’s Center for the Study of Latino Religion does research on Hispanics and religion.
Esperanza USA is a network of Hispanic Christians, churches, and ministries. It is based in Philadelphia. Jodi Reynhout is media contact.
The Los Angeles Latino Muslim Association provides information about Islam to the Southern California Latino community.
Piedad is an organization that promotes Islam to Hispanic women. It is based in Miami. Contact founder Khadija Rivera.
Brenda Muñiz is author of the report “In the Eye of the Storm: How the Government and Private Response to Hurricane Katrina Failed Latinos,” completed for the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), a national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy group based in Washington, D.C. It was issued in February 2006.
America’s Voice is a pro-immigration organization that tracks public polling information about immigration.
Christians for Comprehensive Immigration Reform is a campaign of Sojourners that educates and mobilizes Christian organizations, churches, and leaders from across the theological and political spectrum to advocate for comprehensive U.S. immigration reform and compassionate immigration policies at the state level.
Ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) involved in recruiting, equipping, and nurturing new church planters and emerging leaders, with the goal to help these leaders start sustainable new congregations of all expressions. The church plants are diverse, with Hispanic, Asian, Haitian, African-American and Anglo members. Contact Rick Morse, vice president for mission initiatives in Indianapolis.
The organization promotes Islam among American Latinos. It publishes a newsletter, The Latino Muslim Voice, and has several chapters across the U.S.