We are supporting the Unity March for Puerto Rico to stand in solidarity - ONE people - ONE voice - against unjust laws that have been systematically oppressive and crippling to the people of Puerto Rico and the socio-economic growth and sustainability of the island.
The nation's oldest Spanish language daily newspaper, El Diario/La Prensa, honored MirRam's Javier E. Gómez as one of the most influential Latinos in NYC. Read the full article in Spanish here...
In New York City, approximately 1 million Latinos are registered to vote in this 2016 presidential election. Luis Miranda, managing partner at the Mirram Group, says Hispanic participation in the city is high. Among Latinos, Puerto Ricans continue to be the largest voting block followed very closely by Dominicans, he says. View the video...
Voting is certainly the most important civic engagement for all of us. At the MirRam Group we are particularly excited to have collaborated with Lin-Manuel Miranda and the Hamilton production team and its all-star cast in creating these three Public Service Announcements (PSAs).
The soaring voices of youth, promise, and talent were on full display in honor of two special people. Lin-Manuel Miranda, the multi-talented star and creator of the Broadway epic “Hamilton,” and his father, Luis Miranda Jr., a longtime leader in the public and private sector and community advocate, were honored for their commitment to social justice and equality.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, the star and creator of the runaway hit musical "Hamilton" musical went viral after showing off his freestyle rap skills to President Obama in the Rose Garden, and TODAY was lucky enough to also receive an impromptu performance, when Miranda showed off his skills to TODAY's Jenna Bush Hager while discussing his own history, his family, and his political passions.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, President Barack Obama announced his intent to nominate the following individuals to key Administration posts...
A public discussion about the need to reach an adequate balance between law enforcement and the fundamental constitutional rights of individuals, is long overdue. Unless such balance is achieved, the lives and liberty of many, particularly people of color, will continue to be put at risk.
Catherine Torres, a partner at MirRam Group, a political consulting company, formed part of a recent panel on political consulting and campaign management at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) this past Mon., Nov. 10th.