Category Archives: Immigrant Heritage Month

UndocuBusiness Grants

Economic recovery strategies have historically left behind Black and Brown folxs, immigrants and Limited English proficient communities. As an organization, we are committed to ensure that ALL communities receive investments so they can continue feeding their families and keeping a roof over their head.

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Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month in Georgia

While National Hispanic Heritage Month officially started on September 15th, already thousands of Latinx/Hispanics in Georgia have shared their love for their culture, traditions and community in one or more of the many celebrations our member and partner organizations have led in the state. Whereas is art(stop by Plaza Las Americas in Gwinnett and vote for your favorite mural!), Latin American cuisine (we are still

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Hispanic / Latinx Heritage Month Calendar

Throughout the year, the Latino Community Fund along with our members and partners seeks to promote, amplify, strengthen, and support the Latinx community throughout Georgia. The period between September 15 – October 15 has officially been designated to further highlight and celebrate our diverse and vibrant community. We are issuing this calendar of events with the hopes of facilitating and

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Georgia AAPI and Latino Census Complete Count Committees to host joint press conference post Supreme Court Decision on Citizenship Question

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 13, 2019  Georgia AAPI and Latino Census Complete Count Committees to host joint press conference post Supreme Court Decision on Citizenship Question Norcross, Georgia – The Supreme Court of the United States, will make their decision in regards to the controversial addition of a Citizenship Question in the 2020 Census. That decision will likely be released

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Latinx-Led Nonprofits are Critical to Georgia’s Future

As we continue #CelebratingImmigrants in June, we thought appropriate to take the opportunity to release this week, a document we have been working on for close to a year and focuses primarily on immigrants leading nonprofit organizations. “Latino-Led and Latino-Serving Grassroots Organizations are Key to Georgia’s Future” is a research and data-based point of view on the ecosystem of nonprofit

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