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Central American Resource Center
CARECEN envisions Los Angeles becoming a place where Central Americans and all other communities live in peace and dignity, enjoying economic wellbeing, social justice, and political empowerment. CARECEN empowers Central Americans and all immigrants by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice and promoting cultural diversity. As a community service organization, they provide much needed legal and educational services at low or no cost to our clients and neighbors in Southern California.
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National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
NLIRH is the only national reproductive justice organization dedicated to advancing health, dignity, and justice for the 26 million Latinas, their families, and communities in the United States. NLIRH was founded in 1994, the same year as the founding of the reproductive justice (RJ) movement. Since then, the organization has grown to meet the evolving needs of an increasingly diverse and powerful Latina population. NLIRH uses policy change, culture shift, relationship building, and leadership development to advance a reproductive justice agenda informed by the priorities and experiences of activists on the ground. They focus on three critical and interconnected areas: abortion access and affordability; sexual and reproductive health equity; and immigrant women’s health and rights. Simultaneously, NLIRH seeks to build the power of Latinas throughout the country through community organizing, civic engagement, and training and leadership development. Through their multi-pronged approach, NLIRH is able to create change on a multitude of societal levels, including the personal, local, national, and cultural, and has made a real difference in the lives of Latinas and immigrant women around the country.
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Voto Latino is a pioneering civic media organization that seeks to transform America by recognizing Latinos’ innate leadership. In 2004, Voto Latino began as a PSA project organized by co-founder Rosario Dawson. Over the years they have evolved into an organization dedicated to providing young Latinos with the tools to create a future of their choosing. Through innovative digital campaigns, pop culture, and grassroots voices, they provide culturally relevant programs that engage, educate, and empower Latinos to be agents of change. Together, they aim to build a stronger and more inclusive democracy.
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