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Latinx Latino Latina Hispanic Coalition Against COVID-19

Our Conversations

Building Health Equity In Latinx Communities

Dolores Huerta speaks about the importance of building health equity in our Virtual Town Hall Series.

The Conversation / La Conversación

Latinx doctors, nurses and promotoras provide facts and dispel misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccines.

The #VacunaTeYa Video Challenge

Dr. Luz Felix-Marquez, MD sharing her story about why she was vaccinated.

Building Health Equity & Vaccine Confidence In Latinx Communities

Our Virtual Town Hall Series con Dolores Huerta & Camila Chavez

con Dolores Huerta & Camila Chavez

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The Data

Quantification is central to the narration of the COVID-19 pandemic. Numbers determine the existence of the problem and affect our ability to care and contribute to relief efforts.
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Digital Literacy & Internet Access

The digital divide exacerbates inequality. The Latino Coalition Against COVID-19 seeks to analyze the reasons why people are excluded from technology and identify what policy makers can do to reduce the barriers to participation.
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Funding

Getting funding to the those who can help people take the first steps to go online is really difficult and complex. How can we make it easier for support and funding to reach organizations who can offer the best support to people offline?

Our Programs

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Questions / Preguntas

Email us at hello@lcac19.org

Join us in sharing your story and educating decision-makers about what’s happening in your community. Any person or organization can be an advocate for the social issues they care about most.

When you raise your voice, you can help to shape the ways in which our dollars are being used to make decisions in your area. Advocacy isn’t lobbying or advertising, and anyone can speak up in support of an issue or cause to help define and direct the desired outcomes they want to see in their community.

CEAL’s Resource Catalog

A collection of valuable vaccine resources.

NIH CEAL Vaccine FAQs

CEAL’s latest social media toolkit, which focuses on vaccine FAQ.

Sign-Up To Be A Guest Speaker

If you are interested in supporting LCAC19, one great way to help out is by becoming a speaker.

National Latinx Community Calendar

Check out all the events and add your own.

New Member Virtual Meet & Greet

Every 2nd & 4th Thursdays @ 6pm PT/9pm ET

The #VacunaTeYaVideo Challenge

Building Trust and Combating Misinformation In The Latinx Community

 Vaccine Finders | Buscadores de Vacunas

When we noticed the vaccine finders weren’t available in Spanish, we made them available.

Combating Vaccine Distrust in ICE Detention Facilities

Advocates Work to Combat Vaccine Distrust in ICE Detention Facilities

Let's work together

"As people of color, we have a potent power – and a responsibility – to change events around us, not just professionally, but spiritually and politically as well."

Michelle Herrera MulliganWriter And Editor

“Every moment is an organizing opportunity, every person a potential activist, every minute a chance to change the world.”

Dolores HuertaDolores Huerta Foundation

“We need to know not just racial and ethnic demographic data, but also zip codes of the people being vaccinated – there needs to be a real-time dashboard. We need to make sure that the communities who need it most – that have suffered the most – have priority to getting the vaccine"

Dr Uche BlackstockFounder of Advancing Health Equity

I am Joaquin, lost in a world of confusion, caught up in the whirl of a gringo society, confused by the rules, scorned by attitudes, suppressed by manipulation, and destroyed by modern society.

Rodolfo GonzaleChicano Poet
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