Legacy and Passing the torch

¡Pasando la antorcha!

¿Quién va seguir nuestros pasos? Todavía hay mucho trabajo para mejorar la comunidad Mexico-americana. Aunque hemos progresado en varias áreas, tenemos que seguir adelante. Some of those organizations that are currently active are:
Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, Inc.
Established in 1974 Southwest Voter Registration Education (SVREP) is the oldest Latino voter registration 501(c) 3non-profit organization in the United States. SVREP has registered 2.7 million Latinos empowering Latino communities throughout the United States and has trained 150,000 Latino leaders and has won 210 voting rights lawsuits.
National Office

320 El Paso St.
San Antonio, TX 78207
(210) 922-0225 Office
(210) 932-4055 Fax

California Office
2914 N. Main St., First Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90031
(323) 205-2190 Office
(323) 205-1419 Fax 


Voto Latino
Voto Latino is a 501 (c) 4 nonprofit organization.
Voto Latino Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization
PO Box 35608
Washington DC | 20033
country — not for an election cycle but for a generation.


Jolt initiative is a 501c3 non-profit organization that increases the civic participation of Latinos to build a stronger democracy and ensure that everyone’s voice is heard. Jolt knows that our democracy works best when everyone gets a seat at the table. That’s why Jolt builds the leadership capacity of millennial Latinos to increase their civic participation and mobilize their peers to action.
P.O. Box 4185
Austin, TX 78765
(512) 537-1012
1023 Springdale Rd, Unit 11D
Austin, Texas 78721
1005 W Jefferson Blvd Ste 201, Dallas, TX 75208
7305 Navigation Blvd Ste B, Houston, TX 77011
Nextgen America
Contact: Cristina Ramirez
In 2013, Tom Steyer founded NextGen America (formerly NextGen Climate) because he believed that young people had the power to determine a new, brighter direction for our country on every single major issue that matters.
Today, NextGen America is the nation’s largest youth voter organization, mobilizing millions of young people each year to support progressive candidates up and down the ballot. They are a multi-issue and multi-racial organization that works each election cycle to get millions of young people to the polls and win on the issues that matter to them.
They have registered over 1.4 million young people to vote. In the 2020 election cycle, we spoke to over 10.5 million young voters and got 4.6 million of them to the polls, leading to the largest youth voter turnout in our nation’s history.
At NextGen, they know it’s always taken the courage and imagination of young people to make our country tackle the biggest challenges we face. Our nation needs that courage again to solve climate change, racial injustice, runaway inequality and to save democracy itself.
At NextGen America, their mission is to empower young voters to engage in the political process and ensure our government is responsive to the largest and most diverse generation in American history. We are harnessing the power of young voters to reshape the political outcome of our country — not for an election cycle but for a generation.
If you know of a group that is working on political, voter education, and registration programs for la Raza, please let us know by sending an email to [email protected]

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