Thank you to our sponsor AARP for supporting this project!
RMPBS and KUVO present Hispanic Community Voices: The Impact of Covid-19, sponsored by AARP Colorado
Alianza NORCO: Alianza’s mission is to strengthen and empower our immigrant community and their families through key services, civic education, leadership development and community organization.
The BIPOC Alliance: Collectively, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color of Larimer County are taking action to decolonize systems and institutions, redefine our relationship to social movements across the board, and liberate ourselves and our people. We are dedicated to building trusting relationships and a mutual support network between BIPOC led groups and organizations with aligned values.
Brothers Redevelopment, Inc: In partnership with the State of Colorado and several communities across the state, Brother redevelopment administers rental assistance to households who have been economically impacted by COVID-19.
Chicana/o and Latinx Studies Fund at The University of Northern Colorado: The Chicana/o and Latinx Studies program is dedicated to providing a culturally-based education for current and future CLAS students to thrive in. Through community engagement and small class sizes guided by experienced faculty, we are dedicated to supporting the success of students as they go on to become leaders in their respective career paths.
Over the past four years, our program has seen a 500% growth rate of students majoring in Chicana/o and Latinx Studies. The cost of higher education continues to increase and the need for scholarship support is at an all-time high. To support the success of our students and to provide critical financial support to students majoring in CLAS, we are creating the Somos MAS (Motivating Academic Success) scholarship.
Support the success of CLAS students by making a gift to the Somos MAS scholarship. Any gift makes a big difference in the lives of our students.
Clinica Tepeyac/Tepeyac Community Health: We envision a healthy community with access to regular and ongoing health care. As we expand our reach and bring cultural competency into the community, we strive for exceptional, trustworthy care that empowers our patients, decreases routine visits to emergency rooms, and creates healthier families overall.
Colorado Hispanic Chamber: The Colorado Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is committed to helping its members and the Colorado business community navigate through uncertain times. Resources on their site include opportunities to network, educational workshops, coaching, and more!
The Family Center/La Familia: Working alongside diverse families to provide high-quality childcare and supportive services, with an emphasis on cultural attunement with the Latinx community. This work is done with an explicit vision of creating a community in which all families are safe, supported, and thriving.
Fuerza Latina: Fuerza Latina is an organization of immigrants and allies dedicated to educating, informing, organizing, and promoting change to facilitate an improved quality of life for all immigrants and their families in our community.
ISAAC of Northern Colorado: As interfaith people of conscience, we draw on the teachings of our faiths to work in solidarity for human dignity and immigration justice, co-creating communities of welcome, recognition, healing and accompaniment. The Emergency Fund supports 4 initiatives: immigrant workers with COVID19 relief grants, legal funds for those applying for DACA or other immigration protections, assistance for unaccompanied migrant minors and families with crisis needs.
La Cocina: La Cocina is committed to dismantling systems of oppression and co-creating paths to liberation by providing full access to traditional and non-traditional forms of mental health and health equity support services.
Latina SafeHouse: Latina SafeHouse works to provide bilingual and culturally sensitive services to Latina survivors of domestic violence and their families.
The LatinX Community Advisory Group: Assisting the LatinX Community in better accessing key resources.
The Mexican Cultural Center: Founded in 1992, the Mexican Cultural Center works in partnership with cultural, educational, and other institutions to promote and maintain the richness of Mexican culture in the State of Colorado. The center is dedicated to increasing awareness of Mexico’s unique arts, customs, traditions, and destinations among the audiences of the United States of America.
Mujeres de Colores: The Mission of Mujeres de Colores is to elevate the status of women and children through education and leadership. Our vision is for all women of color to realize their potential.
Servicios de la Raza: Servicios de La Raza serves as an integral chamber in the heart of Metro Denver’s Latinx community. Our trusted hands are an accessible community resource, strategically linked with churches, schools, and myriad private, public sector agencies in a collaborative effort weaving an unbreakable web of support for the community.
Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center: Su Teatro produces annual full seasons of theater performances, the XicanIndie FilmFest, the Chicano Music Festival and Auction, and the WordFest. The Cultural arts Education Institute is Su Teatro’s arts education program, including in school/out-of-school programs.