Voces Unidas organizes and mobilizes Latina and Latino leaders to change inequitable systems. These advocacy programs focus on social justice issues, including transportation, housing, healthcare, public education, economic mobility, and more.
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.
Join Stephanie Nevarez to learn more about our advocacy work and how to get involved.
Check out our workshops and other training opportunities.
GET INVOLVED IN A CAMPAIGN
Join other leaders who want to create change and advocate for community-informed solutions. Leaders organize other community members and lead their campaign actions.
Leader-led accountability, policy and education campaign to advocate for community-led solutions to issues like healthcare, housing, transportation and food insecurity.
EQUITY DURING COVID-19
This is a leader-led accountability and policy campaign to ensure that Latinas and Latinos are not left behind during and after the crisis.
Leader accountability, policy and education campaign in support of changes to state law to promote pro-immigrant policies and federal comprehensive immigration reform and the Dream and Promise Act.
TRAININGS AND ISSUE EDUCATION
Stephanie Nevarez will provide background information about our organization and will offer room for discussion to get the community involved to answer the following questions:
"What problems are directly affecting you and people that you know? What type advocacy training do you need to receive from us to advocate for yourself?"
Thursday, July 1st, 2021 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Basalt Regional Library
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
Coming in 2021
2021 LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES
Learn more about the our legislative priorities for the 2021 session.
CAFECITOS: A TODO COLOR
In partnership with COLOR, our virtual cafecito chats focus on creating safe spaces for Spanish-speaking Latinas to discuss important and sensitive health topics.
CONFERENCES, ACTION EVENTS AND POLICY FORUMS
LATINO ADVOCACY DAY 2021
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.
March 14 and 15, 2021
Link to registration coming in January 2021
NUESTRO FUTURO POLICY FORUM 2021
Scheduled for October 2021, this public policy forum will convene Latina and Latino leaders with local elected and appointed officials to discuss key public policies of interest to the Latino community. This work will also inform our priorities for the 2022 legislative session and 2022 Latino Advocacy Day.
More information in March 2021.