Written by Lilibeth Gangas, Chair of the Oakland Redistricting Commission Ever wonder how your congressional, state, and local district lines are drawn? How are local city council and school board seats designated?
As California’s rebuild continues, the Latino Community Foundation is incredibly proud to partner with the James Irvine Foundation to advance a collective commitment to economic justice and unleashing the power of Latinos across California! Together, we are thrilled to announce a $725,000 investment into power-building Latino organizations across Fresno and Salinas, regions that are key to California’s
On Tuesday, October 12, the Latino Community Foundation, in partnership Wells Fargo hosted Suma Wealth, the Aspen Institute Latinos & Society Program, and the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative to lead a powerful conversation
Si en algo nos caracterizamos los latinos es en que trabajamos arduamente por proteger a los nuestros. El cuidar de nuestra familia y amigos forma parte de nuestro ADN. Lo hacemos no porque
Every decade, Californians have an opportunity to make their voices heard on how they would like to be represented at various levels of government. From the U.S. House of Representatives to the California
It has been over a month since California fully reopened, and though hopes for significant improvements in further preventing the spread of COVID-19 were high, we are now seeing a surge in new cases throughout the state. Variants of the virus remind us
Statewide, California is closer than ever to having control over the pandemic and returning to a new normal. To date, the state has administered over 40 million vaccines, and Covid-19 cases have plummeted to the lowest levels since the pandemic first started
For a second year in a row, Pride season looks and feels very different. Nationwide, festivities have been cancelled or are being held in the virtual realm due to ongoing public health concerns.
It is a deep honor to celebrate the strength, resolve, and vision of our Latino leaders. As part of our 2021 You are Essential Gala, we will celebrate three extraordinary human beings, Humanitarian
COVID-19 has not only underscored the importance of healthcare; it has reminded us that not all Californians have health insurance. Approximately 1.8 million Latinos are uninsured, making up approximately 63% of the state’s
By: Masha V. Chernyak, Senior Vice President of Programs Throughout the country, Latinos are facing many barriers to get the COVID-19 vaccine. We are here to share what works when you invest in
It started simple enough: with a picnic. Leonor Hipolito noticed that some of the children in her neighborhood did not speak Spanish and seemed uninterested — even embarrassed — in their immigrant parents’
Our family, our love for community, and our faith keeps us strong! We are determined to keep celebrating life. We are so excited to invite you to the Latino Community Foundation’s 2021 You
Written by Olivia Muñoz, LCF ‘s Economic Justice Program Manager Words have the power to move us—they can make us laugh, remember those we love, and help us find the strength to continue