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The mission of the Latino Alliance of Southeastern North Carolina is to build a stronger network among people and organizations that serve the Hispanic/Latino community in the region, and to empower local citizens and organizations that serve the Hispanic/Latino community by creating positive change in areas of education, business, health care, safety, and community building. Led by the University of North Carolina Wilmington, the Latino Alliance currently serves the role of a network and a platform from which to access resources, share information, and discuss issues, both of progress and of challenges still to overcome.



Next Latino Alliance Meeting

March 30, 12:30 at Cape Fear Community College. 411 N. Front St., Wilmington. Building U, Room 528.

LA March




The Autism Society of North Carolina hosted our monthly meeting in January. Mariela Maldonado, Hispanic Affairs Liaison, talked about autism and the resources  and opportunities available for families in the community.  For more information, vist www.autismsociety-nc.org or contact Mariela Maldonado at mmaldonado@autismsociety-nc.org 

January Attendees

The Rape Crisis Center of Coastal Horizons Center, Inc. For more information contact Tania Varela at tvarela@coastalhorizons.org

Department of World Languages - University of North Carolina Wilmington. For more information, contact Amanda Boomershine at boomershinea@uncw.edu

New Hanover County Schools

Deparment of Psychology. University of North Carolina Wilmington.  For more information, contact Inmaculada Ibanez-Casas at ibanezcasasi@uncw.edu

José Santos. Realtor. For more information visit www.jsantos.intracoastalrealty.com

First Citizens Bank. For more information, contact Arlene R Lawson at arlene.lawson@firstcitizens.com


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Interested in hosting our next Latino Alliance meeting? Contact María Elena Gaborov at gaborovfreitesm@uncw.edu for details.