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The Latino Leadership Institute offers comprehensive and empowering classes on the electoral process and civic activism to promising and inspiring minority students for FREE. Please help to keep it free to students by donating today!

One of the primary goals of the Latino Leadership Institute is to empower candidates that represent working and low-income communities without having them depend on established political machineries, and to provide potential candidates with the knowledge and tools necessary to build effective campaigns.

The Latino Leadership Institute seeks to empower Latinos and other minorities by increasing their participation in the democratic process. This is accomplished by training, organizing, and mobilizing leaders into an agenda that reflects their aspirations and values. Upon completion of the academy, graduates can partner with LLI, to coordinate voter education in their communities. Read More





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14
October
2017 Fall Electoral Activism & Leadership Academy
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Murphy Institute

The Electoral Activism & Leadership Academy is back for the fall! Click below to download the application.

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The Electoral Activism & Leadership Academy Class of 2016 is officially over!
The Electoral Activism & Leadership Academy Class of 2016 students represent the Latino Leadership Institute!
Students show their satisfaction after a successful graduation and colloquium!
Latino Leadership Institute was featured on a segment of CUNY TV entitled Politics From a CUNY Lens. See the video below!
Latino Leadership's President, Jaime Estades was on a panel at Baruch College in Manhattan, on Voting Rights with more than 200 first year students in attendance. He also shared the stage with distinguish scholars such as Dr. Sonia Jarvis, (distinguish lecturer at Baruch on Public and International Affairs) and James Steele (distinguish lecturer at CUNY labor Institute) and Nathaniel Hezekiah, from congressman Meeks office.
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Apr 26, 2017

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Mar 29, 2017

FL Academy 2017

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Mar 29, 2017

FL Chapter Great Success

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Feb 27, 2017

LLI FL Academy 2017

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