About LULAC Youth and Young Adults,

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), founded in 1929, is the oldest and most widely respected Hispanic civil rights organization in the United States of America. LULAC was created at a time in our country’s history when Hispanics were denied basic civil and human rights, despite contributions to American society.

By becoming a collegiate LULAC council, college students have the opportunity to make a difference and leave a lasting impact through their advocating efforts aimed at advancing the rights and issues that affect our Latino community.~

(youth/young adults)

LULAC            Florida

Florida Youth Board

Nick Malave, Youth State Director

Karina Wu, Deputy State Director

Camille Garcia-Mendoza, Treasurer
Daniela Mejia,  Sergeant at Arms & CommunicationsDirector 

Nathan Lamb, Parliamentarian 

Dr. Karla Cantu, LULAC Florida Deputy Director for Youth

National LULAC Convention

San Antonio, Texas ​​

About Us
The League of Latin American Citizens (LULAC) is the nation's largest and oldest civil rights volunteer-based organization that empowers Hispanic Americans and builds strong Latino Communities.  Headquartered in Washington D.C., with more than 1,000 grassroots councils in 37 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, LULAC's programs, services, and advocacy address the most important issues for Latinos, meeting critical needs of today and the future.
Currently, there are approximately 15 councils around the state of Florida. View Membership page for listing and contact information. The local councils elect their own leaders and set their own priorities, responding to local and regional needs. This grassroots approach ensures that LULAC reflects the diversity of the Latino American community and shapes its future.


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