The Latin American Cultural Union (LACU) is a volunteer-based 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization in Pittsburgh, that promotes, preserves and enriches the Latin American and Caribbean cultures through a diverse number of activities and initiatives, under a broad definition of CULTURE.
MISSION: Casa San José is a community resource center that advocates for and empowers Latinos by promoting integration and self-sufficiency. VISION: We treat immigrants with dignity, respect and kindness in an effort to preserve and celebrate their unique culture while helping them adapt to life in the Pittsburgh area.
Nosotros aumentamos oportunidades de educación por responder a las necesidades de nuestra comunidad con tecnología, alta calidad, y programas y servicios accesibles.
The PHDC is a community development corporation with no geographical boundaries, focusing on racial equity in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. We are dedicated to improving the lives of Hispanics / Latinos in the region, increasing the Hispanic Population, supporting existing and new Hispanic / Latinos business, and increasing Hispanic investment in the region.
El PHDC es una corporación de desarrollo comunitario sin fronteras geográficas, centrándose en la equidad racial en el área metropolitana de Pittsburgh. Nos dedicamos a mejorar las vidas de hispanos / latinos en la región, aumentar la población hispana / latina, apoyar a los negocios hispanos / latinos existentes y nuevos, y aumentar la inversión hispana / latina en la región.
La Escuelita Arcoiris provides a high-quality early childhood learning experience through immersion in the Spanish language. We firmly believe that exposure to a second language through immersion expands children intellectually, culturally and emotionally. As we build bridges to other cultures, we encourage children to invite diversity into their lives and take on the role of living, breathing bridges themselves.
Vibrant Pittsburgh’s mission is embrace inclusion, ensure the Pittsburgh region’s growth by attracting, retaining and elevating a diversity of talent and promote the region nationally and internationally as a diverse, welcoming region of opportunities.
ALPFA is the largest Latino association for business professionals and students with chapters nationwide and over 15,000 members. ALPFA is dedicated to enhancing opportunities for Latinos and building leadership and career skills. ALPFA is a non-profit entity registered with the Internal Revenue Service. Membership is open to anyone who shares our values, vision, and mission.
The USHCC actively promotes the economic growth and development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and represents the interests of 3.2 million Hispanic-owned businesses across the United States that together contribute in excess of $468 billion to the American economy each year. It also serves as the umbrella organization for more than 200 local Hispanic chambers and business associations in the United States and Puerto Rico.
Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. It conducts public opinion polling, demographic research, media content analysis and other empirical social science research. Pew Research does not take policy positions. It is a subsidiary of The Pew Charitable Trusts.
The National Council of La Raza (NCLR)—the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States—works to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans. Through its network of nearly 300 affiliated community-based organizations, NCLR reaches millions of Hispanics each year in 41 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. To achieve its mission, NCLR conducts applied research, policy analysis, and advocacy, providing a Latino perspective in five key areas—assets/investments, civil rights/immigration, education, employment and economic status, and health. In addition, it provides capacity-building assistance to its Affiliates who work at the state and local level to advance opportunities for individuals and families.
In 1978, a small group of Hispanic members of Congress established the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) to develop the next generation of Latino leaders with a clear vision of a strong America made possible with the many contributions of educated and civic-minded Latino leaders engaged in and contributing to all aspects of U.S. society. This vision was founded on three cornerstones for success: education attainment and college access, leadership development programs in D.C., and access to a powerful network of Latino leaders in the United States.