LULAC Quetzalcoatl Young Adult Council 44016
Since 2013, Latinx young adults in the Salt Lake Valley from this council have been making the difference
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LULAC stands for the League of United Latin American Citizens. LULAC is the largest and oldest Latino organization in the country dedicated to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health, and civil rights of the Latino community in the United States.

This year in 2019 it will be 90 years old!


LULAC Council 44016
Our LULAC Quetzalcoatl Young Adult Council is a partner with Casa Quetzalcoatl.

This council has been the planning team for the Imaginemos Latinx Summit, mentors for youth in Casa Quetzalcoatl, and volunteers to various of the programing with Casa Quetzalcoatl.

The council members range from ages 18-28 and from undergrads in college, and some already obtaining their bachelors degree and masters degree.
Just some of the issues we address as a council
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Some highlights from National LULAC
Some videos of cool moments with LULAC
From artist, activist, victories, and historic moments of LULAC.
Taboo from the Black Eyed Peas
LULAC hosted 4 Democratic Presidential Candidates in a town hall focused around issues the Latinx community cares about. At around 1:20:50 you can hear council member Joél-Léhi ask a question to Senator Bernie Sanders
2019 LULAC Presidential Townhall
Alejandro Rangel-Lopez
18 year old addressing voter suppression in Dodge City. Skip to 3:12 to hear more about it.
Taboo from the Black Eyed Peas
Back in 2015, LULAC had it's National Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah. Our council was heavily involved in the planning process. Taboo in this video speak to the youth and young adults during our banquet.
Belen Sisa

Dreamer activist leading the charge for rights of our undocumented community!
Senator Bernie Sanders
During the National Emerge Conference in Washington DC in 2019, Senator Bernie Sanders address the LULAC young adult leaders
President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jackie Kennedy
Literally one day before his assassination, President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jackie Kennedy attending a LULAC gala in Houston, Nov. 21, 1963. A tender moment in both LULAC and national history to see a President of the United States be with the Latinx community.