Written by Eduardo García, Civic Engagement Fellow at the Latino Community Foundation (© Photo from Healthy Hispanic Living) The Affordable Care Act signed into law by former President Obama celebrates its ten-year
Written by Maria O. Alvarez, member of the SF Latina Giving Circle The 2020 Census is here. You should be receiving an invitation letter in the mail by now. I’ve been learning through
Responding to the Moment: How Philanthropy can Support Latino Nonprofits In our most difficult moments, we lean on what make us strong. We come from generations of people who are generous, community-driven, and
Written by Gabriela Orantes, LCF Just Recovery Fellow. Last month, the Latino Community Foundation’s Just Recovery cohort hosted Censotería week – a week-long census outreach campaign with the goal to ensure that all
More Than 75 Percent of California Latino Registered Voters Plan To Turn Out On Super Tuesday, March 3 Primary!
MIAMI – MARCH 2, 2020 – One day ahead of the California primary and Super Tuesday, Univision News in partnership with the Latino Community Foundation publishes its latest electoral survey: the Latino California Voter Poll, which interviewed
I am Black. I am Latina. These are undeniable facts about my identity. I remember when my family and I migrated to the United States from Colombia in 2004. At 12 years
We have all heard this before. “Why vote? I’m in California. My vote doesn’t matter.” In my case, it was a close family member of mine who said this to me as I
Latino Community Foundation launches Get Out the Vote (GOTV) efforts to mobilize Latinos to the polls for March 3 California Primary
For Immediate Release Latino Community Foundation launches Get Out the Vote (GOTV) efforts to mobilize Latinos to the polls for March 3 California Primary Events will underscore importance of voting in the primary
It’s 8:45AM when I arrive. It’s a familiar place to me, one that I’ve visited a few times during my two years at Berkeley, often for the occasional conference or academic lecture.
Thanks to the efforts of Latino organizations providing civic engagement and voter outreach programs to Latino youth, a historic number of young Latinos showed up to the polls in the 2018 midterms. In
One of my earliest memories is from the late summer of 1996. My father called me into the living room, pointed at the television, and said, “Mijo, pay attention to what these people
Univision/Latino Community Foundation Release Complete Results of their Latest Electoral Surveys in the Lead-Up to the Next Democratic Debate Two new Univision News and Latino Community Foundation surveys can now be viewed on
Written by Eduardo García, LCF Civic Engagement Fellow On March 3, Latinos in California will be voting for their top choice for president. But another important item is on the ballot that