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The Sixth Section

Premiere Date: September 2, 2003

   

Links & Books

Mexican and Latin American Resources

Hometown Association Websites

Club Comunitario de Jamay Jalisco (en Español)
A web portal/meeting ground that disseminates information on art, religion, politics and news for residents of Jamay, Jalisco and those living in the diaspora.

Federacion de Clubes Unidos Zacatecanos en Illinois (en Español and in English)
Binational organization working to strengthen and conserve Zacatecan culture amongst Zacatecanos residing in Illinois, and maintaining ties with their communities of origin by funding and supporting community projects.

Organizations

Asociacion Tepeyac (en Español)
This social service agency's website provides critical support and resources for the undocumented Mexican and Latino population living and working in the New York City area.

Enlaces América (en Español)
Find out about programs at Enlaces América to support the development of Latino immigrant-led organizations as national and regional leaders in the Americas.

LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens)
Find out more about the efforts of LULAC, the largest and oldest Hispanic organization in the United States, to empower the Hispanic community at the local, state and national level through education programs, citizenship and voter registration drives, housing advocacy and youth leadership training programs.

Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund
MALDEF ensures and protects the civil rights of Latinos throughout the country through litigation, education and outreach. Visit their website to learn more about their services and programs across the country.

Mexico Solidarity Network
The Mexico Solidarity Network posts news, reports and analysis of issues affecting U.S.-Mexico relations.

National Council of La Raza
Their site offers extensive resources and links to support and strengthen Hispanic community-based organizations, as well as research, policy analysis, and advocacy on issues such as education, immigration, housing, health, employment and training and civil rights enforcement.





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