An expert in Latino politics and policy issues, Angelo was featured in various media outlets such as The Nation, CNN and CNN en Español, National Public Radio and many others.
He was the founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy.
Angelo served on numerous boards, including the National Hispanic Media Coalition and the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda. He served on NCRP’s board of directors from 1996 to 2006.
We will remember Angelo for his steadfast leadership, passion and drive for equity and justice. In a 2001 profile in The New York Times, Angelo described himself as a “guerilla researcher.” “I’m always busting chops,” he said.
We invite those of you who were touched by Angelo’s to share your memories of him below.