LULAC Midwest DACA update, December 3, 2017 (pdf)Download
Two-thirds of Republicans back citizenship for DACA recipients _ TheHill (pdf)Download
ABC_Washington Post DACA Public Opinion Poll 2017 (pdf)Download
DACA Recipients’ Economic and Educational Gains Continue to Grow - Center for American Progress 2017 (pdf)Download
ILRC Report, Economic Costs of Ending DACA 2017 (pdf)Download
Ending DACA Will Devastate the Economy _ Fortune 2017 (pdf)Download
The Mythical Connection Between Immigrants And Crime _ Manhattan Institute, WSJ 2015 (pdf)Download
By becoming a collegiate LULAC member, college students have a unique opportunity to make a difference through their advocacy efforts , advancing the rights and issues that affect our Latino community, while enhancing their personal ability to achieve.
Since its inception, LULAC has known the key to equality and a fulfilling life was education. As such, approximately 10% of all Latinos in college have received some form of assistance from LULAC.
Collegiate LULAC members are among our nation's most committed and effective advocates ranging in issues from immigration, education and healthcare, to the environment and LGBTQ issues.
From our neigborhoods, to the halls of the United States Congress, Collegiate LULAC members act on issues of injustice.
LULAC understand the importance of Diversity in the workplace, as such, we must make sure our Young Adults are prepared to succeed in the workplace. LULAC regularly has successful individuals in private, non-profit and government sectors meet with Collegiate LULAC members to provide them with valuable insights.
The Legislative Gala held in Washington, D.C. draws the who's who of Washington and is an opportunity to celebrate and recognize legislative leaders for addressing issues impacting the Latino community.
Coinciding with the National Board Meeting and National Legislative Gala, each year hundreds of advocates come from across the country to advocate on targeted issues for the legislative session.
As the largest and most influential Latino convention in the United States, the LULAC National convention draws the biggest names in politics, policy and entertainment!
LULAC's National Fall Lobbying Day draws hundreds of LULAC members from across to Washington, D.C. to advocate on issues that that will be debated by the U.S. Congress in the Fall Congressional session.
Emerge is a multi-day Latino leadership conference in Washington D.C. that provides college students with public policy briefings on public health, education, and immigration. In addition, attendees of Emerge will receive training in civic engagement, advocacy, and program coordination.