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LULAC Education Newsletter, January 2012LULAC Education Newsletter, January 2012
Starting A Council: Charter ApplicationStarting A Council: Charter Application
Council Member Roster Form for Adult or YouthCouncil Member Roster Form for Adult or Youth
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IRS Requirement For Small Tax Exempt OrganizationIRS Requirement For Small Tax Exempt Organization
State of Iowa Office of Latino AffairsState of Iowa Office of Latino Affairs
Iowa Commission of Latino AffairsIowa Commission of Latino Affairs
Originally established as the governor’s Spanish-speaking task force through legislative action on April 1974. At the time its primary mission was to study the issues facing Spanish-speaking persons. The Task Force produced a report titled“Conóceme en Iowa”.
Ten years later, in 1986 , during an overall reorganization of state government the Iowa Department of Human Rights was formed, under which was placed the Spanish-Speaking People’s Commission.
In 1990, the Commission and the Division were renamed Latino Affairs. During the 2011 reorganization the Division of Latino Affairs was renamed again as the Office of Latino affairs.
Iowa Secretary of StateIowa Secretary of State
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Latino InstituteLatino Institute
The Institute for Latino Families and Communities (ISLFC). The ISLFC, also known as the "Latino Institute," is a joint effort of the University of Iowa School of Social Work (SSW) and its national training and evaluation division, the National Resource Center for Family Centered Practice (NRCFCP). The ISLFC provides an organizing framework for the School of Social Work's current and future projects working with Latino families and communities and is designed to serve as a resource for culturally competent, strength-based community resources and training.
The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) and the NALEO Educational Fund, the nation’s leading nonprofit organization that facilitates the full participation of Latinos in the American political process, from citizenship to public service.