3 Questions with Bob Evans: Jose Enriquez, founder of ‘Latinos in Action’

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As a young boy, Jose Enriquez came with his family to the United States from El Salvador.

They entered the country illegally looking for a better life, but were granted amnesty and are now full citizens.

Enriquez is determined to serve, to lift and to help.

He founded "Latinos in Action," a non-profit organization that helps Latino youth make the most out of their lives.

Bob Evans sat down with Enriquez and asked him three questions:

  1. Is President Trump handling the migrant caravan situation at the U.S. and Mexico border correctly?
  2. What is the key to a Latino student's success in the United States?
  3. How do you go about adequately convincing not only Utah but the entire country, of the tremendous resource that lies in the talents and assets in the Latino community?

A full video with Enriquez can be seen below:

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