Celebrating a Week of Success with LULAC
Through the Border Children Relief Project, refugee children and their families received over 30,000 pounds of food in Washington, D.C. on Saturday at the Capital Area Food Bank.
At the LULAC-American Red Cross MOU signing, Senior Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Floyd W. Pitts announced that the American Red Cross responds to about 70,000 disasters in the U.S.
Corporate champion Toyota announced that the company will again serve as Presenting Sponsor for next year's national convention.
The Washington Youth Leadership Seminar students met with Congressman Albio Sires’s office to petition for higher college tuition assistance and STEM issues.
“None of you are too young to be involved in the issues,” said Congressman James E. Clyburn, who was president of his NAACP council at 12 years old.
Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer encouraged ACTober participants to vote, saying, “We cannot continue to ignore the most important challenges of our nation. We must come together to make meaningful change.”