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We seek to help the underserved communities globally, the artisan and producer groups we work with have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. They have faced limited production capacity, supply chain disruptions, order cancellations, and additional challenges. These groups need our support to maintain fair wages, access to resources, and safety precautions as they rise above this crisis. When you shop or donate to Alianza Latina, you can feel good knowing you are making a step toward positive change.
THRIVES IN PHILADELPHIA
Who are we?
Alianza Latina was born from the need to have a group where all our communities were represented. Most countries have individual representatives and sometimes even several organizations that represent a country. The co-founders Ana Omana, who is the liaison / constituent service representative for the office of Councilman-at-large David OH, Juan Giarrizio, who leads the community group Gente de Venezuela, Leity Rodríguez Largo, who is the executive director of Acción Colombia, Dr. Dante Sanchez who acted on behalf of the Dominican community (since he was the founder of Casa Dominicana); and finally, Edgar Ramirez who is a pillar within the Mexican community in Philadelphia, and he not only agreed to work with us but also decided to support us with broadcasting through his community radio "Philatinos Radio." We were already 5 people and 4 countries (Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela and the Dominican Republic) with the purpose to explore the possibility of grouping / having all the communities together under the same ideology "to serve our people" and to help in whatever the people needed. First the Latino vote, then the aftermath of the pandemic, and then the campaign for education regarding the vaccine.
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