Latinos for Democracy #EstamosAqui


The Hispanic Federation and Latino Community Fund of Georgia have announced the launch of a non-partisan, statewide Latino voter registration and mobilization initiative in Georgia.  The “Latinos for Democracy” Initiative focuses on registering Hispanic eligible voters for the November mid-term elections and encouraging existing Latino voters to participate in this year’s elections.   The coordinated … Continue reading Latinos for Democracy #EstamosAqui

Adela Lopez: “I Plan on Continuing to Give Back and Invest in Youth Like Me”


This story was written by Adela Lopez, the daughter of immigrants originally from Ahuehuepan, Guerrero, Mexico. Adela was raised along the Buford Highway corridor that spans across four cities: Brookhaven, Chamblee and Doraville and Norcross. Adela has participated in the art show “Ni de Aqui Ni de Alla” recently and has offered an alternative version of the … Continue reading Adela Lopez: “I Plan on Continuing to Give Back and Invest in Youth Like Me”

There is no crisis threating America related to border control or immigration. 


Families and individuals have been moving cities, towns, countries since the beginning of times. Migration is not new, is something we all do or have done looking for better opportunities, sometimes survival. Our immigration system needs serious reform and in the last two years, policies like DACA repeal, Family Separation and shutting down asylum claims … Continue reading There is no crisis threating America related to border control or immigration. 

When Advocacy Runs in The Family


When Shayla Rodriguez (16 currently) was 8, her mother had to work two jobs to support her and her sisters. She explains that her older sister, Berenice (25 currently), became her  “mother, father, older sister, and friend, and raised her into the young lady she is today”. When Berenice Rodriguez was in 7th grade, she … Continue reading When Advocacy Runs in The Family