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Denver, Colorado
Washington, D.C.
Mexico City


Voces Unidas de las Montañas and Voces Unidas Action Fund partner to host opportunities for local leaders to help inform policy in Denver and Washington, D.C. And in 2023, we are introducing an action day in Mexico City.

Latino Advocacy Day is organized by Voces Unidas, COLOR and Protegete. 

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FEBRUARY 13-16, 2023

Join Voces Unidas in Washington D.C. to advocate for federal policies that impact our communities. During this fly-in trip, leaders will have the opportunity to meet with our congressional delegation, including our U.S. Senators and members of Congress. Voces Unidas has limited scholarships for local leaders, which include the cost of flight and hotel for three nights in D.C. 

Contact your organizer for more information. 

MARCH 18-20, 2023

Now in its 17th year, Latino Advocacy Day in Denver creates opportunities for leaders to meet with their elected policymakers during the legislative session. Join us for three days of action and community. More than 400 Latinas and Latinos will gather to advocate for issues important to our communities. Voces Unidas has scholarships available to cover travel and hotel costs. Registration is free.

Contact your organizer for more information. 

July 3-8, 2023

Coming in 2023, Voces Unidas will take a group of leaders to Mexico City. Participants will get an opportunity to engage in discussions about immigration to the United States and the role and responsibility of Mexico. Limited scholarships are available to cover the cost of flights and hotel. Participants are responsible for all visa requirements.

Contact your organizer for more information. 


The Colorado Latino Policy Agenda is an annual report that provides insight for elected officials, community leaders, media, and others into the demographic makeup and views of Latinos in Colorado on pressing political, policy, and other issues in the state.

Voces Unidas de las Montañas publishes the report along with the Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR) and other partners.

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