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April 21

LULAC Desde Washington Discusses the People's Climate March

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April 20

Want to learn more about environmental issues and their impact on the Latino community? Join us for a Facebook Live charla TOMORROW, April 21 at 2:00PM ET. #DefendClimate

5th Annual Menudo & Posole Holiday Breakfast

The Lorenzo Patiño Council awards a limited number of scholarships to local, aspiring, college bound Latino students (including DACA) from the greater sacramento area.

Scholarship Application.
The scholarship process is competitive and applicants are evaluated on certain criteria, a personal essay, and community service.


Mail the completed application to:

Lorenzo Patiño LULAC Council No. 2862
P.O. Box 162790
Sacramento, CA 95816

Application must be post-marked no later than: March 31, 2017.

Download Scholarship Application:

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Educational arm of League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). Moving students forward through scholarships, programming & inspiration
March 19

"I’ve never let my gender or my race put a barrier in anything I do."

Meet the badass 14-year-old who's leading her middle school's robotics team to a world championship:

Your input is needed! Please take a few minutes to give your thoughts for the Sacramento Downtown Specific Plan. Thank you!

The Sacramento Downtown Specific Plan will create a plan that paves the way for at least 10,000 places to live in the next 10 years, exclusive of those already entitled in the River District and the Railyards. The Downtown Specific Plan will do this by addressing barriers to residential development,...

Have a startup in the Sacramento region? For Downtown Sac Foundation's fifth annual "Calling All Dreamers" competition, you could win $100,000 in business help.

The application period has opened for the Downtown Sacramento Foundation’s fifth annual “Calling All Dreamers” competition for local businesses. Applications will be accepted online through April 10.

According to the report, in 2014, 42 percent of all undocumented persons in the U.S. were "overstays."

A report done by the Center for Migration Studies shows another reason to question the necessity and value of building a wall along the southern border.|By NBC News
March 3

"Attorney General Sessions should resign after he seemingly perjured himself before Congress and demonstrated a complete lack of respect for the law that he is ...sworn to uphold."
-LULAC National Executive Director Brent Wilkes

Read the full statement calling for Attorney General Session's resignation here:

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LULAC National Executive Director Brent Wilkes and LULAC National President Roger C. Rocha, Jr. call for Attorney General Sessions to resign.
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March 1

Want to empower Latina business in your community?

Apply for our newest funding opportunity and bring the Latina Entrepreneur Academy to your community.

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Check out LULAC National President Roger C. Rocha, Jr. in the Latino Leaders Magazine where he discusses how LULAC is continuing its advocacy efforts under the Trump administration.

LULAC of Wisconsin is speaking up for the immigrant community in light of the Trump administration's immigration enforcement plan.

MILWAUKEE -- The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and community representatives gathered at Milwaukee's City Hall on Wednesday morning, February 22nd to address what they call serious issues with President Donald Trump’s most recent executive order on immigration.|By FOX6 News Milwaukee
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Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project (CLYLP) Official Fan Page
February 14


High school 10th and 11th grade students are eligible to appl...y CLYLP's programs across the state.

Students attend powerful workshops & seminars that enhance leadership skills, academic preparedness, self-esteem, cultural awareness, and provide an understanding of state and local government. CLYLP’s curriculum focuses on the four “C’s”: Community, Culture, College and Careers.

The deadline to apply to all programs is April 19th. Visit for more information.

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Latino homeownership on the rise even with the decline in the overall U.S. homeownership.

The Hispanic homeownership rate rose from 45.6 percent in 2015 to 46 percent in 2016, according to data from the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP). This is the second year in a row that this demographic experienced a homeownership rate increase.

Stanford Latino Entrepreneur Leaders Program

HuffPost Latino Voices

If you thought Spanish was a foreign language in the United States, think again.