ABOUT CENTRAL LULAC 750

LULAC 750 is committed to advancing opportunities for Hispanic Americans in Central Arkansas.

 

Our commitment and support for the Latino community are demonstrated through our actions. Advancing the economic condition, LULAC 750 seeks to extend a hand up to those who need it. It is our goal to work with public services and organizations to connect individuals to the available resources offered to them. Educational Attainment- LULAC Council 750 has awarded 400 scholarships totaling more than $600,000 over the past 26 years from proceeds raised through the annual Little Rock Fiesta (formerly Cinco de Mayo) and LULAC Gala.

 

Political Influence- Political engagement and empowerment are vital to addressing issues that involve the Latino community. LULAC 750 works to help our people make their voices heard by holding naturalization classes and voter registration campaigns. Housing- LULAC 750 investigates and seeks resolution to housing discrimination cases by providing legal advice under the Fair Housing Law.

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"LULAC has pushed me to be a better leader in the Hispanic community and on my campus. It has offered me a second family where I feel like I can express myself freely and see others grow in their college journey"

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Elizabeth Santillan

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"LULAC has helped me grow in all aspects of my life, especially academically and personally. It has also been a great help with my school financial responsibilities."

Sociology and Psychology

Jessica Gonzalez

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"LULAC has helped me continue my education not only through financial support, but also emotionally. It’s team work and collaboration encourage me to keep moving forward in my education. Knowing that there is an organization that believes in my potential, enables me to continue my studies."

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Paola Rodriguez

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"LULAC has helped me with paying for my tuition and has allowed me to pursue a higher education. It’s been a rewarding experience forming part of a group of diverse individuals that are passionate about helping their community."

Accounting and Art

Victor Gomez

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"LULAC is without a doubt a blessing, it helped pay for my college expenses. Most importantly, it is an organization that helped me build strong and long-lasting connections."

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Janette Munoz

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​"I am very thankful for LULAC. Not only because it helped me obtain two bachelors and a masters but also because it allowed me to gain valuable skills and become a leader in my community."

Masters in Higher Education

Sandra Jobe

Our Mission

The Mission of the League of United Latin American Citizens is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health, and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States.

Our History

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), founded in 1929, is the oldest and most widely respected Hispanic civil rights organization in the United States of America. LULAC was created at a time in our country’s history when 

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