LULAC’s Empower Hispanic America with Technology project focuses on creating positive exchange from within Hispanic communities by providing access to, and the utilization of state-of-the-art computer technology to narrow the digital divide.
This website provides data on the cost of sending and receiving small amounts of money from one country to another. Called remittances, these international transfers are often initiated by migrant workers. Any reduction in remittance prices will enable more money to remain in the pockets of migrants and their families
The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) strongly supports universal access to a free and open Internet that protects the interests of consumers and provides all Americans with a chance to participate in the internet economy on a level playing field.
This week, the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the nation’s largest and oldest Latino civil rights organization, in partnership with the Latino Institute for Corporate Inclusion (LICI), is hosting the first Latino Tech Summit in Silicon Valley.
The League of United Latin American Citizens, the nation’s largest and oldest Hispanic organization congratulates the Comcast Corporation for selecting two new Hispanic American-owned independent networks to be broadly distributed on Comcast cable systems beginning in January 2017.