Program Seeks to Involve Millennials in Policy Issues

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The nations largest Latino volunteer advocacy organization has launched an effort to include younger Californians in public policy issues. The organization, based in Washington DC with chapters throughout the California, is rolling out a program designed to encourage young professionals and college graduates to step up as community volunteers. LULACMillennials will focus efforts to encourage […]

Against Workplace Discrimination

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California LULAC Responds to Increased Discrimination against Immigrants in the Workplace January 2, 2018 The LA Times recently released a shocking news article detailing an increase in discrimination towards immigrants in the workplace. The rise of workplace discrimination in some cases reaches levels that would be considered harassment, if the person being harassed decided to press […]

Position Paper on Impaction

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Position Paper on Impaction: By: Kimberly Fuentes, Research Director Dallas Rippy, Chief of Staff As of this writing, over half of all K-12 children in California are Latino. In California we strive for our children to move on to higher education. Education can be the silver bullet for economic mobility, civic engagement, and hope for […]