LULAC’s 88 years fighting for Latin Americans

LULAC’s 88 years fighting for Latin Americans

After decades of systemic racism and oppression, Latino Americans came together to fight for the equal opportunity and civil rights for their peers who have been historically targeted in American society.

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) was founded in 1928 as  a Hispanic civil rights organization to fight against the systemic racism and prejudice many latinos face. Today, these issues still persist –I’m looking at you, POTUS– and LULAC works full force with councils in 38 states across the country. 

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