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Making SC Stronger.

Your support shapes our united future.

In 2024, the Hispanic Alliance and its partners are convening people from diverse industries, backgrounds, and cultures to shine a light on the opportunities to engage the growing Hispanic population in building prosperous communities across the Palmetto State.

We hope you will join us as we foster dialogue and collaboration to build bridges towards equitable policies and a thriving future for all South Carolinians.

A Series for Equity Our Future Strength

We believe that a brighter future becomes possible for all when great people come together to share ideas and engage in dialogue. Join these series where thought leaders and topic experts across South Carolina will take a deeper look at the policies and systems that are shaping our future.

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Each seminar (listed below) in the Allied4SC campaign is independently sponsored, offering your brand maximum opportunity for visibility to the Hispanic Alliance Network.
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Allied4Art is a partnership between the Hispanic Alliance and the South Carolina Arts Commission to explore the arts’ potential to create space for dialogue, knowledge, and cultural understanding.

Hosted at the historic Gibbes Arts Museum on August 22 at 5pm, guests will explore a curated exhibit featuring diverse works by Hispanic artists, followed by a conversation on how to build a more inclusive arts culture and environment in SC. The discussion will focus on discoveries from a statewide Hispanic Arts Assessment completed by the Hispanic Alliance and the South Carolina Arts Commission in 2023.

This project is funded in part by the South Carolina Arts Commission which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Please join the Hispanic Alliance and Ten at the Top for a dialogue to explore opportunities to engage the growing Hispanic workforce in building a thriving economy in the Palmetto State.

The conversation will center on the potential positive economic impact of H.3288. If signed into law, this bill would make holders of current and valid employment authorization eligible for occupational or professional licensure to work in South Carolina, resulting in millions of dollars in economic output and tax revenue.

State Representative Neal Collins
R-Pickens
BrandyAmidon
Brandy Amidon
Mayor of Travelers Rest
ScottCochran
Scott Cochran
President, Spartanburg Methodist College
JasonZacher
Jason Zacher
Moderator, President, Bridge Public Strategy Group
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An unveiling of research findings of healthcare needs in the Hispanic community and conversation surrounding the resources being developed to address quality of care, ethnic disparities, and advocate for health equity for all residents in South Carolina.
Dr. Angelica Perez-Litwin, PhD, MBA
Psychologist and Founder/CEO
Lumin Center
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Norma Jean Suarez, MBA, MA, LHMC
Executive Director
Unity Health on Main
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Shannon Owen, MHA, MPA
Public Health Sciences, Lecturer and Master of Public Administration, Adjunct
Clemson University
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Suzie J. Foley
Executive Director
Greenville Free Medical Clinic
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Vanessa Rodríguez
Community Action Coordinaor
Hispanic Alliance & LiveWell Greenville
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Wayne Fraleigh, PT, DPT, MBA, OCS, FACHE
Chief Operating Officer
Bon Secours Mercy Health-Greenville
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We are Working
For a Stronger
South Carolina

The Hispanic Alliance and its partners have made great headway in its first decade but there is still more work to be done. We believe that a brighter future becomes possible for all when great people come together to share ideas and engage in dialogue. Join these series where thought leaders and topic experts across South Carolina will take a deeper look at the policies and systems that are shaping our future.

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Our research

The Hispanic community in SC still lags behind in education, economic, & health outcomes. The inextricable relationship among poverty, race, education, wealth and health are evidenced by recent data at the local level. 

We invite you to know the current state of the Hispanic population in South Carolina. Discover the challenges, barriers, and opportunities for us to build a stronger South Carolina, where diversity is celebrated and all residents have equitable access to quality of life.

The Statistics

A Story of Deficits & Barriers to Prosperity

Median Income

The median income for Hispanic families is approximately $48,000 compared to $71,000 for White households.

Earning Power

The total household income for Hispanics in South Carolina is $1.6 Billion.

Equity in Education

Only 66% of the Hispanic population holds a high school diploma compared to 91% of the population in South Carolina.

Health Barriers

42% of Hispanic residents in Greenville report some form of interpretative service barrier to quality healthcare, with 49.7% noting that office visits were delayed due to waiting for interpretation services.

Potential for Future Impact

33% of the Hispanic population in South Carolina is below the age of 19

Post-Secondary Education

19.5% of Hispanic community members have a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared to 42% of White community members

Language Access

63% of agencies in SC do not have a language access plan, while 59% of agencies solely provide resources in English.

Health Insurance

61% of Hispanics in Greenville lack any Health Insurance

Language Obstacles

87% of those whose children have no health insurance rated their English as “poor” or “average.”

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