We organize mobilize Latina and Latino leaders to change inequitable systems. We also advocate to change and improve public policies at the local, state and federal level.
BE A LEADER
Join other passionate community leaders to fight for community-informed solutions at the local, state and federal level. We host regular leader meetings or you can meet with us one-on-one.
ATTEND A TRAINING
Attend one of our workshops to learn and practice advocacy skills to be an even more effective advocate in the community. Our trainings focus on community organizing, advocacy skills and also on strategy to change systems and policy.
Ready to speak for yourself? Help change laws and improve our community through public action. From signing a petition to end oppressive laws to testifying at a school board meeting or at the State Capitol, community leaders are the heart of our advocacy and policy work.
Check out our current actions. Make your voice heard by signing a petition, sending a letter to a policy-maker or advocating for yourself in-person. Check back often for new opportunities to take action.
Attend community forum and listening tour to help inform our legislative priorities.
Learn more about redistricting and testify at one of the public hearings.
Check out our workshops and other training opportunities.
OUR POLICY FOCUS AREAS
IMMIGRATION AND IMMIGRANT JUSTICE
INCOME GAP AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE
CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
HEALTH AND REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE
HUNGER AND FOOD INSECURITY
HOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION
CONFERENCES, ACTION EVENTS AND POLICY FORUMS
LATINO POLICY LISTENING TOUR 2021
Join us in Glenwood Springs to discuss and identify public policies of interest to the Latino community in the mountain region. This is a joint effort between Voces Unidas, COLOR, Latino Caucus, CIRC, Protegete and others. Forum will be in English and Spanish. Registration is required
LATINO ADVOCACY DAY 2022
Action and lobby day program to help expose leaders to how the legislative branch of government works and to give them the opportunity to advocate for policy changes at the state level.
HELP INFORM FUTURE POLICY
This is the first ever Latino leadership survey to better understand the policy needs of our diverse communities. If you self-identify as Latino and Latina (Latinx), please share your views and opinions. It's 100% anonymous.