Every year our LULAC Councils host a golf tournament to raise funds for our Scholarship Program. The pandemic has not allowed us to host any in-person fundraisers. Until the day comes that we can once again play golf we are finding other means of raising funds.
Locally, Texas LULAC District XII is a vocal advocate for the hungry and displaced. We address issues that affect Hispanics.
Join our monthly ZOOM meetings. Here we strive to share our knowledge and experience regarding all things related to LULAC and issues affecting the Hispanic community.
For more than 20 years, Texas LULAC District XII has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the hungry, needy and politically under-represented members of our global family. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time. Please peruse our website to learn more about us.
Otilia Buantello Enriquez
Council President of LULAC- Flora De Los Santos Council #22389
As promised, the governor is going after members of his own party after some of them tanked his top legislative priority.
CBS News Texas By Annie Gimbel, Ken Molestina
Access to education is a basic human right. It reduces poverty and child labor and offers the tools needed to succeed in life. Join us and make a difference. We are joining the Giving Tuesday movement to help raise funds for our scholarship program. Please consider giving to this worthy cause. Click the link above to donate today.
LULAC remains relevant in the 21st Century.
“Hold the line”: Republicans rally to Abbott’s defense in border standoff with Biden
BY MATTHEW CHOI AND ROBERT DOWNEN
JAN. 25, 2024
From the Texas House to former President Donald Trump, Republicans across the country are rallying behind Gov. Greg Abbott’s legal standoff with the federal government at the southern border, intensifying concerns about a constitutional crisis amid an ongoing dispute with the Biden administration.
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Council President #22390
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Lest we forget - remember Uvalde.
May 24, 2024 will be two years since the senseless slaughter of 19 students and two teachers. Justice Department blasts law enforcement’s botched response to Uvalde school shooting