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Each month, we send an e-newsletter to our supporters. It’s the best way not to miss any of our news! We include updates on our programs, jobs that are open at Latino Network, upcoming Latino Network and community events, introduce new staff members, and much more. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about our organization and stay up to date.  Your e-mail will never be sold and you can unsubscribe at any time (though we hope you won’t!). Click […]

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“I change myself, I change the world.” -Gloria E Anzaldúa At Latino Network, we believe education, civic leadership, and family stability are the key drivers of success for our community. Our programs focus on these crucial issues for youth and adults to build a thriving, engaged, and respected Latino community in Oregon – and beyond. Education Our youth face many challenges. We work to eliminate disparities through systems change and to support our students from birth to high school graduation […]

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“Not only is my daughter benefitting from this program, but I have also learned how to be a better parent to my children. We are truly thankful to the staff for being caring, enthusiastic, fun, and loving.” – Genaro Montiel   This holiday season, invest in the power of the Latino community. Your gift supports families like Genaro’s to ensure our children get the best start possible.   1) Make a gift today on our website OR   2) Visit […]

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Few people are able to mobilize the mass to combat the unjust. Leaders like Martin Luther King Jr., and Gandhi are the few who are able to mobilize large groups of people in the name of social justice through nonviolence means. Cesar E Chavez is a leader who rose up to became a symbol of hope and a true American hero. Chavez became the voice for the voiceless, when no one could. With the help of Larry Itliong from the […]

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Today, the Latino Network of Oregon, the Coalition of Communities of Color, and Stand for Children Oregon announced their lead role as coalition sponsors for Initiative Petition 65 (IP 65). They head up a growing list of supporters like Adelante Mujeres, Benson Tech Foundation and Native American Youth and Family Center campaigning to improve Oregon’s high school graduation rate, and career and college readiness. As the economy grows, IP 65 will target new money to Oregon’s most pressing problem—the state’s […]

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Latino Network Debuts New Volunteer Program Over the last several months, with the help of a wonderful AmeriCorps VISTA member from Oregon Campus Compact, we have been reconfiguring our volunteer program, and modifying existing volunteer opportunities to best fit the needs of our program participants. As we re-launch our volunteer program, we are now announcing several great opportunities for folks to volunteer with us. Just a note that a few of our opportunities include working with youth, therefore we ask […]

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Latino Network
410 NE 18th Ave.
Portland, OR 97232

p: 503.283.6881

Latino Network Rockwood
18901 E. Burnside St.
Gresham,OR 97233

TAX ID 73-1675402

email: info@latnet.org